The Tuscan Kitchen in Salem, New Hampshire is a go to location for authentic Italian American cuisine in southern New Hampshire. They also have an Italian market adjacent to the restaurant sharing the same large private parking area. We ordered a series of antipasti for starters. The Salumi e Formaggi Della Casa had a nice selection of meats and cheeses which along with the olive oil and fresh Ciabatta bread were wonderful.
The Calamari Fritti was fresh and tender and not too chewy. Rita ordered a pasta dish and we ordered one secondi the Signature Tuscan Steak alla Fiorentia. The bone in tomahawk rib eye was enough for both of us with plenty of food to spare.
We split a Tiramisu for desert which was great. We have also gone for the Sunday Pranzo several times in the past. Each Sunday there is a a special menu celebrating an Italian family style Sunday dinner. Starting with a salumi and cheese platter followed by a meat selection including meatballs, sausage and chicken and finished with a secondi of spit roasted sirloin all served family style. Whether for Sunday dinner or anytime during the week you cannot go wrong with the Tuscan Kitchen.
Here are some other pictures from subsequent visits:
The open kitchen and prep area allows you to see all the action including the making of the mozzarella.