variety of fillings
Italy, Milan, Via Varesina, 61 20156 Milano, Italia DISPLAY ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 239) 264564ww.limmaginebistrot.it
The restaurant in Milan is an unusually cozy and welcoming place. Here you will be treated to a glass of wine and a snack of sun-dried tomatoes, which you will enjoy while waiting for the ordered dishes.
For appetizer, the restaurant’s menu in Milan offers assorted Italian cheeses, beef carpaccio with arugula and Parmesan, buffalo mozzarella with tomatoes and basil. At first, Italians prefer pasta or risotto. L’Immagine serves a wide variety of pastas to suit all tastes, and you can also enjoy traditional Milanese saffron risotto. Then follows the main course: meat or fish. Fans of meat dishes will have to choose between the juicy and aromatic Fiorentina steak, stewed with vegetables and herbs, calfskin “Osso Buko” and tender tenderloin baked with mushrooms. Continue reading
Lasagne – lasagna. Wide, flat and long pasta. Thin plates come in many sizes. In addition, they have straight or wavy edges. Lasagna is designed for baking in the form of a cake, acting as a biscuit. Instead of cream, it is layered with various fillings (meat, cheese, vegetables, seafood) and sauces (bechamel, bolognese). It is considered one of the most popular types of pasta in Italy. Linguine – linguine, which means reeds. Macaroni is very similar to thick spaghetti, but longer and flattened. Served with tomato or fish sauces. Maccheroni – Macaroni. This pasta is probably the very first representative of the pasta family in our country. And it was this pasta that gave the name to the whole class of pasta. The cavities inside the pasta allow light sauces to get in and become juicy. Orecchiette – orekte or ears. A small round paste, with a diameter of not more than 2 cm, looks like cute ears. It is added to soups and salads or prepared as an independent dish. Orzo – orzo. Unusual pasta in size and shape resembling ordinary rice. Most often added to salads and soups. Continue reading