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Mirko Paderno

Chef of Prince of Venice

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Food trucks in LA are constantly outpacing each other with look and cuisine – but who can top fresh pasta brought to you by an actual Italian prince?

Prince of Venice

Food trucks in LA are constantly outpacing each other with look and cuisine – but who can top fresh pasta brought to you by an actual Italian prince?

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