Astaco is the Italian term for lobster, Maine lobster, also Astice or Aragosta (spiny Mediterranean rock lobster), usually grilled or sauteed, mosty found off the coast of Sardinia. It is also a term for crayfish, a well known name of lobster

Astaco is pronounced "ah-stah-koh"

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