Chef Nunzio Patruno Live With Seafood Dishes For Lent

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Chef Nunzio Patruno is an expert when it comes to delicious seafood meals, and during Lent many Catholics and some Protestants give up meat on Friday as a sacrifice. Lent started on Ash Wednesday, March 5 and ends on April 17.  So if you’re in this boat, then you might want to check out his restaurtant Nunzio Ristorante Rustico in Collingswood, New Jersey.

Chef Nunzio Patruno whipped up several delectable dishes featuring everything from shrimp to fish live on Eye Opener Philly.  He served everything from a Salmone Alla Griglia, which is a grilled herb crust salmon served with tomato and basil, to Zuppetta dell’ Adriatico, which is steamed clams, mussels, shrimp, scallops, and calamari with garlic, white wine, tomato, and garlic bread.  All of Chef Nunzio’s meals will have you wanting more.

Chef Nunzio has received many awards & top reviews including Top Chef of South Jersey, Best BYOB, Golden Fork Award by South Jersey Magazine, and recognitions in the New York Times and Philadelphia Magazine.

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