Ragazzi has been swinging Cacio e Pepe since it opened, but now slings its pasta-decked tots over your shoulder

The joy-inducing, Rome-born cacio e pepe is a cheesy, pepper-spiced pasta masterpiece. That’s probably why it’s the most popular order at Ragazzi since it opened.

Now Sydney’s Italian CBD restaurant has created a simple cream and red tote bag with the name of their number one dish and another with the word “Spaghetti”.

“Oh yes, we did,” the announcement begins on Instagram. You and your friends can now carry your favorite peppery pasta (without the mess). Both ‘Spaghetti’ and ‘Cacio e Pepe’ bake with us.”

They tell us there are a limited number, so if you want to grab a bag, order now.

The bags cost 25,-. They can be picked up from 1 Angel Place in Sydney, or they can be delivered anywhere in Australia.

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