Restaurant El Invincible
Italy, Rome, Via degli Stefaneschi, 3 00153 Roma, Italia DISPLAY ON THE MAP + (39 06) 688 92 925wwwristorantelinvincibile.com Mon-Fri, Fri, Sat, Sun - open for lunch The restaurant in…

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Кафе Chiaroscuro Florence
Cafe in Florence is located on one of the central streets of the city - Via del Corso, stretching between Piazza Signoria and Piazza Duomo. A cozy and hospitable establishment…

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Cafe Babylon
A cafe in Rome is located in the marvelous Transtevere district, opposite the Squaranta e Pasquale Baylon church. Babylon - a democratic institution, under the roof of which fits a…

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8 best restaurants in Italy

In Italy, 343 restaurants are marked with a red Michelin guide, of which 8 are awarded 3 stars. Coming in first place, France has 616 Michelin-starred restaurants.

The annual presentation of Guida Michelin Italia once again confirmed the gastronomic superiority of the northern regions over the southern ones. The same trend is also relevant for restaurants with three Michelin stars.

Interestingly, in 7 of the 8 best restaurants the chefs are men. We talk about the best restaurants in Italy, and also offer a comparison of their prices from CupoNation. Continue reading

Italian pasta - pasta types, recipes, appearance (part 1)
The story of the appearance According to one legend, the Venetian merchant Marco Polo brought pasta to Europe from his trip to China, but historians have denied this version. Researchers…

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Gourmet Shop Sapori Solari
The Gastronomy Shop in Milan is located in the Zone of Torton quarter. The small snack shop has meat and cheese specialties from different parts of Italy. For lunch, they…

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How to cook real Italian pizza?
 Sign up for a pizza workshop in Rome So, we got to the most important thing: the recipe for how to cook real Italian pizza. In 2004, a recipe for…

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Italian pasta - pasta types, recipes, appearance (part 1)
The story of the appearance According to one legend, the Venetian merchant Marco Polo brought pasta to Europe from his trip to China, but historians have denied this version. Researchers…

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