Burrata, a soft mozzarella-like Italian cheese with a rich center of fresh cream, truly lives up to its name, which translates from Italian as “buttered.” The decadent cheese has been making an appearance on menus as chefs embrace its pillowy, creamy texture in a multitude of serving options.
New York, NY
Burrata con Pomodorini: Creamy mozzarella-like cheese, served with brick oven-roasted cherry tomatoes and papalo; $13
Ubuntu Restaurant and Yoga Studio
Ubuntu steambun, stuffed w/ burrata and coated with crunchy corn; $NA
Misti of Burrata, fennel salame and marinated rapini; $13
Portobello alla Griglia Con Burrata: Grilled Portobello mushroom topped with fresh Burrata in a reduced Modena balsamic vinegar; $11.95
Mozzarella di burrata, watermelon, prosciutto di parma and pistachios; $12