After a childhood spent around his grandmother’s Italian cooking, Alex Fegaras was inspired to make a career out of food. He headed over to Tuscany to cook in a Michelin starred restaurant, and it’s the techniques he learned there—paired with the flavors he learned from his Nonna—that are at the heart of Cibo, an Italian street food truck in Waterloo, Ontario.
Whether it’s lasagna, pizzetes, or gnocchi, you can believe that everything on the truck is made in-house. That means handmade egg pasta for the lasagna, pizza dough tossed onsite, and gnocchi dumplings boiled on the spot. Not enough deep-fried madness on that menu for you? Cibo has your back, serving “street” (read: deep-fried) versions of both their lasagna and their gnocchi. Aching to experience what deep-fried lasagna tastes like? Book Cibo for your next event.
“Streetstyle Lasagna” — Bolognese meat, handmade egg pasta, mozzarella, and fresh herbs, coated in Italian breadcrumbs and deep-fried. Indulge away.