The traditional sweets "Coda di Aragosta" from Naples, Italy will be on sale from the Pizzeria Trattoria "Shitamachi Shokudo Kawasaki Store in Naples" which will open on May 13. The price is 580 yen (tax included).
Featured Italian sweets following Maritozzo. The origin of the name is "Coda di Aragosta (Ise lobster tail in Italian)" because when the dough is thinly stretched, rolled, stuffed with choux pastry and baked, it looks like the tail of a spiny lobster. It is said that it was done.
The freshly baked texture is not crispy, but crunchy! The dough has a crunchy texture and is served with a generous amount of homemade custard cream. Italian sweets "Aragosta" that looks and feels amazing. Plenty of homemade custard cream from the inside! Amarena (cherry pickled in syrup) is an accent.