Gelato brioche is back baby by Alex Watson
Gelato Brioche Sandwiches, Takeaway Food & Easter Gift Boxes at Sicilian NQ
Celebrate Easter the Sicilian way with their Easter gift boxes, plus their gelato cart is BACK baby!
Easter seems to have cropped up very quickly this year – it seems like we were only just celebrating the New Year.
Luckily, Sicilian NQ is on hand with a range of sweet treats all with a tasty Sicilian spin than the usual bog-standard Cadbury egg.
What’s more, they’ve got gift bags to suit all budgets with the Sicilian Easter Egg starting at £6.50 all the way to a hamper for £45, complete with Limoncello!
The Sicilian Easter Eggs come with three handmade cannolicchi inside with your choice of Gianduia (Italian Hazlenut chocolate spread), Lemon, Pistachio or a mix of all three!
If one isn’t enough, you can go for the Easter Egg Basket which features FIVE easter eggs packed full with three cannolicchi each. That’s 15 cannolicchi to gobble up over Easter weekend.
And finally, the big daddy of the Easter gifts, the Sweet Easter Hamper signed by Sicilian NQ (£45). Packed full with three Easter Eggs Sicilian way, one jar of Rhum Baba, 12 cannolicchi shells so you can stuff with whatever filling you like, a jar of Gianduia spread and a bottle of their famous handmade Limoncello.
If that wasn’t enough you can also get your hands on the ‘Maxi Sicilian Easter Egg‘ packed full of 12 chocolate pastries.
And it’s great news for those who simply can’t wait any longer to get some of their famous arancini balls, Gnocchi Bolognese and those amazing gelato brioche sandwiches too as Sicilian NQ are set to reopen for takeaway from 12pm on Friday 26th March.
You can order for takeaway or collection via Good Eats most of their menu, including six different arancino and a whole range of pasta mains including some vegetarian and vegan options.
Top picks from the menu…
- Arancino Spinach (£7) – deep-fried rice stuffed with spinach and cheese, served on a tangy pepper puree.
- Gnocchi Bolognese (£12.50) – a vegan ragu with tomato sauce, carrots, onion, Nero D’Avloa wine and plenty of black pepper.
- Mount Etna (£7.50) – A nod to Sicily, Mount Etna arancino has a melting heart of slow-cooked ragu and oozy cheese.
- Nutella Brioche col Tuppo Siciliania (£5) – Nutella and brioche – what more do I need to say?!
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