This pasta is one of the most popular items in the menu, and rightfully so.
The sauce was incredibly heavy with all the oil, but the generous amount of truffle brought decadence to a whole new level. The meat too was still packed with flavour and certainly did not let the sauce it came in to overpower it, managing to taste wonderful on its own. Extra credits have to be given to the homemade pasta, which tends to be cooked too soft for my liking, but this was perfectly al dente, and tasted like nothing store-bought pasta can achieve. Yes, when cooked right, such is the beauty of handmade pasta which affirmed my beliefs that this restaurant are run by chefs who know their Italian food.

Service was professional and courteous, food was unpretentiously good (mindblowing when paired with their wine) and ambience amazing. Ristorante Pietrasanta is certainly a fine establishment of its kind.