Lincoln’s first dedicated pasta takeaway is hoping to open later this week on lower High Street, making fresh dishes on site.
Lukasz Newelski is the director of Pasta Go Lincoln Ltd, which will open at 48 High Street in the coming days once finer details including furniture, decoration and a phone line are finalised.
People will be able to choose from six different pastas, including spaghetti, tagliatelle and bow-shaped farfalle before picking from a range of eight sauces and accompaniments.
The pasta and sauces range from £5-6 with additional ingredients from 50p-£1.50.
Salads and garlic bread are also on the menu, with hot drinks to be added in the near future.
In the first few weeks it will be collection only, with delivery to be added soon after.
This will be the second Lincoln food venture for the family, as Lukasz’s partner Karolina Prymowicz-Newelska has owned Bistro Polonia, which is also on Lincoln High Street, for three years.
The couple told The Lincolnite: “We are really excited. We’ll be bringing something new and unique to Lincoln. Everything will be made fresh on site from scratch.
“If you want to order pasta you have to go to a restaurant, and we think now is the time for a place like this with quick, cheap, but very good quality pasta.”
The couple added that lasagne, risotto and ice cream are among other potential food options that could be added in the future.
Our reporter went to sample one of the dishes — and it got the thumbs up from The Lincolnite… delicious!