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Saltimbocca literally means jumps in your mouth.

That’s because the dish is one of Rome’s favorites: Thinly sliced, tenderized veal cutlets that have been sautéed with freshly torn sage leaves.

It’s one of the dishes that Houston food critic Eric Sandler called out in his recent review of the restaurant for CultureMap, “Where to eat in Houston right now: 10 best new restaurants for January”:

“Don’t miss the veal saltimbocca,” he wrote, “served in a Roman style alongside a classic Jewish artichoke.”

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