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Perché ne sono fiero
That’s what Toto Cutugno used to sing in his most famous song, “L’italiano”. In some cases, however, replacing “sing” with “cook” wouldn’t be wrong at all: Italians are well-known all over the world for the delicious dishes they make. Antonio Rega must feel this way too. He’s the owner of “L’italiano vero”, a restaurant in Lyon which lets its customers experience what “eating the Italian way” really means.
We talked with Antonio and asked him some questions.
Logroño, capital city of the production of the famous Spanish wine Rioja and from 2012 also culinary capital of the country. In this region of Northern Spain, food is a serious matter: think of the pinchos, the tapas served on a piece of crunchy bread washed down with the best local wines. What better place to open an Italian restaurant?
Ferdinando Battista, from Naples but “adopted” by Spain since 1990, has chosen Logroño to open its Trattoria Pizza, Pasta e Basta in the heart of the old town. His dream: to spread the love for Italian flavours.
We’ve decided to ask him a few questions to discover a little more about it…
Fields of an intense green, overlooking golden sandy beaches which end into a blue sea. A typical coastal view in County Wexford, South-eastern Ireland. Imagine that you have just witnessed a beautiful sunset from Wexford lighthouse: a triumph of orange and pink tones that plunge into the ocean. It’s five o’clock and it has started getting chilly since the sun has gone, the biting Irish wind is blowing and your stomach growls lightly. After days of local food, you are craving some delicious Italian food. What can you do now?
Ko Phangan is an island in southern Thailand, a tropical paradise of uncontaminated forests, beaches of thin and white sand and coconut trees. A dream has come true for Fabio Colapietro, that of living amidst such beauty: Fabio’s Restaurant & Pizzeria is located just a couple of minutes away from those crystal clear waters and from the beautiful coral reefs.
Casaprota (RI) – Are you tired of reducing your tête à têtes with taste to dull, hit-and-run business lunches? Are you fed up with the frantic rhythm of city life?
For those who still believe in the convivial significance of meals, “La Maisonette” is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxed supper and a beautiful landscape.
Far from the urban chaos and a few minutes’ car ride from Rome, this lovely place is enhanced by the luxuriant surrounding land and a return to the principles of traditional cuisine.
Since June 2015, thanks to the innovative home restaurant method, La Maisonette warmly welcomes its customers, and turns their reservations in familiar experiences, in direct contact with the kitchen staff.
It’s like being at home! This is what the guests say when commenting on their staying in B&B “Il Broletto“, a lovely and comfortable place, renewed and arranged to offer all the necessary facilities.
A few feet away from the historical center of Novara, “Il Broletto” has a strategic position to reach the train station, sports and wellness centers, as well as the beautiful cultural monuments.