Welcome to Alodia’s
With locations in Lexington and Irmo, Alodia’s Cucina Italiana is a restaurant born from the love of an Italian family. Proprietor Adam Huneau’s first restaurant has been wowing taste buds in Irmo with his authentic Italian Cuisine comprised of recipes that have been pulled from the pages of his family’s cookbook. His latest location in Lexington is guaranteed to continue the tradition of excellence Alodia’s is known for.
Named after his Great-Grandmother, Alodia’s fare and ambiance resounds with the smells and tastes of Old Italy. Fresh sauces and homemade pastas are the foundation of the menu that brought generations together. Adam is devoted to making his restaurants as inviting and warm as his own family’s kitchen. It was the love of food and family that allowed Alodia to cook for her nine children, even through the struggles of the Great Depression and World War II. It was her food that strengthened her children, but it was her love that strengthened her family.
Adam and his wife Betsy are proud to bring Alodia’s food to a new generation. We hope that you will join us at Alodia’s Cucina Italiana for Italian food that dazzles the taste buds and warms the soul.
Happy Early First Day Of Fall, Y’all!
We want to start off by wishing everyone their best with the school year back in session! We know everyone will achieve the goals they have set in motion!
We are more than excited to get some new menu items for all to enjoy on their night out or even to-go for family dinner. As some of you have already seen who have dined with us, we have a couple additions to the dinner menu!
First up is our new Pork Ragu and polenta cakes. This dish is comprised of pork slow-roasted with a small vineyard Italian red wine blend, tomato sauce, and onions. Served over homemade polenta cakes and topped with ricotta and Asiago cheeses!
Second up – our Allegrini Steak Alfredo. In this dish, we use our coveted Brasstown filet mignon and combine it with red wine, asparagus, and onions. The delicious sauce is a homemade Asiago alfredo, and of course we used our very own homemade angel hair pasta to make this dish one to remember!
Our Blackened Mahi! Back by popular demand! We take two blackened mahi fillets and serve them over fettuccine pasta, tossed with mixed vegetables and white wine.
Be sure to check out our new appetizer, the Burrata Mozzarella – served with garlic romano toast points, made to share!
Keep an eye out for other new menu additions that will be coming up in the near future as well.
Remember, we also offer catering options for all size parties, and our $35 family of four meal is available every day. Let us do the cooking!
Until next time,