|By Marketwired .||
|May 5, 2014 05:13 PM EDT||
PENNINGTON, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- Piccolo Trattoria, a leading Italian restaurant known for their quality cuisine and high-class catering service, has recently introduced a Mother's Day Brunch menu exclusively offered at their dine-in restaurants in Pennington, NJ and Newton, PA. Priced at $24.99 per adult and $12 per children, the offer is a cost-effective opportunity for kids looking for a memorable gift for their mothers.
According to the proprietor Fahmi Elabed, the offer is receiving immensely positive response, as a large number of tables have already been booked. "It is not easy to think of a gift for a person who knows only to give and expect nothing in return. But nothing can please her more than a delicious dinner or an appetizing brunch with her children. It is a great gift for children as well as a memorable way to spend time with their children," explains Fahmi.
In order to make the offer even more special, the restaurant has introduced a special Mother's Day menu for dinner. The menu will include some of the most exclusive and popular items ranging from appetizers to pastas. The menu will also include a wide range of fast food items as well as special dishes for people with special dietary needs.
Suggesting a few must-have options, Fahmi, who is trained in the culinary arts, recommends the Lasagna Della Mamma and Dolce Vita. Other main course dishes include a wide range of seafood items and pizzas options. The restaurant also treats its customers to a mesmerizing selection of soups, salads, and side dishes.
Piccolo Trattoria is known not just for the taste but also for its excellent ambiance and friendly customer service. "We know how to make the food taste better and that is why we complement it with the best ambience and a staff that goes out of its way to make your day," Fahmi adds.
Piccolo Trattoria restaurant is conveniently located in central areas of Pennington, NJ and Newtown, PA. For more information regarding Piccolo Trattoria and to make reservations, please visit the website http://www.piccolotrattoria.com/reserve-table/
About Piccolo Trattoria
Founded in 2001, Piccolo Trattoria is a family-owned restaurant known for its extensive menu of exclusive Italian cuisine. Even as a small family owned business, the restaurant experiences heavy traffic of epicures who wish to indulge in high quality Italian food. The restaurant uses authentic recipes and the finest ingredients in order to deliver the best taste. The restaurant currently has two locations in Newtown, PA and Pennington, NJ.
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Picollo Trattoria Pennington
800 R Denow Road
Pennington, NJ 08534
Phone: (609) 737-9050
Picollo Trattoria Newtown
32 West Road
Newtown, PA 18940
Phone: (215) 860-4247
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