Spaghetti al nero di seppie refers to Italian pasta dish or spaghetti with sauce made of cuttlefish ink. Very, very delicious! Try it and you will love it, maybe messy to eat, because it is very hard to avoid not getting your teeth black due to the ink, but everyone who loves to taste new dish must try this very lovely dish.

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