Italy, Verona, Vicolo Samaritana, 10, 37121 Verona, Italy DISPLAY ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: bar, Italian + (39 045) 801 58 24www.enotecasegreta.it Mon-Sat 17: 00-00 : 00
You can enjoy a glass of wine and a tasty snack in the small restaurant Enoteca Segreta. The institution positions itself as a wine bar, so the emphasis is on this noble drink. The wine list here is really impressive and the prices are affordable. The menu also features Italian dishes: assorted cheeses, tortelloni, pasta, meatballs in tomato sauce and much more. The institution occupies a small room in the city center. It is designed as a wine cellar: everywhere there are bottles of wine, and a dim light is on. It is especially romantic here in the evenings when candles are lit. Continue reading
Burger in Florence is a worthy alternative to Italian pizza and panini, which can be found at every step in the city. Il Panino Tondo is a traditional American fast food, which is prepared with Italian chic and local products grown in the fertile lands of Tuscany.
The menu includes hamburgers with juicy Tuscan beef patties and fresh vegetables and herbs, bagels with salmon and cream cheese, chicken wings and deep-fried onion rings, french fries, muffins, donuts, vegetable and fruit salads, pancakes. There are offers for vegetarians. Continue reading
Everybody knows the Italian national dish in the form of a round open tortilla with tomatoes and mozzarella cheese. And although the pizza boom has long passed, pizzerias are becoming more and more every day. Recently, the Scrocchiarella pizzeria was launched by the creators of the Lukovka chain, Pavel and Anastasia Sidorovs. Friends Forever Company co-founder and Local Band Group founder Pavel Kosterenko opened Studio pizzeria in the Kuntsevo Plaza shopping center. And in March, the third People & Pasta restaurant, Yuri Murashko, appeared.
The unusual pizza in the city began with Isaac Correa, who opened the Montalto pizzeria in 2011, named after his friend and pizza fan Lenny Montalto. Today in Moscow it’s hard to surprise pizza: there are both classic ones on thin pastry, and lush ones with burnt spots, and vegan ones on black pastry. Continue reading