There are restaurants and restaurants; some are more detailed and specialized while others operate as chains all over the country or the planet. We decided to go unique and intend to stay that way – and this not only for our lush garden.
Well, it is actually a French dish, appropriately called Coq Au Vin or “rooster in wine” by which a juicy piece of chicken is marinated in wine. Our Italian touch comes in as we marinate the chicken in Italian Merlot – the same wine you are served as house wine. This very popular dish comes […]
Ever tried our succulent Beef Stroganoff, cooked according to the original recipe by Elena Molokhovets from 1871? The post-Tsarist Russia leaked this delight to the West and is an absolute classic must in today’s continental cuisine. The “deviations” though are mind-boggling and include the use ketchup, yogurt and chicken – as authentic as putting Italian buffalo-milk […]
…. first we cook the Australian Rib Eye to your order and and place it onto the pre-warmed plate. Then we add home grown rocket salad to it over which we sprinkled Modena balsamic. The dish gets finished with parmesan shaves and rushed to your table. And yes, it tastes as yummy as this sounds!
Why (as shown in the bigger picture) does our staff grate the fresh parmesan cheese over your dish; if, when and as long as you want? We could opt (cheaper, as shown in the small picture) spray “cheese” all over your food? Spraying cheese – a first even for us!
No, of course not, GR-174 is the name of a well-known hiking path crossing Priorat – which gave this wine its name. We were lucky to secure a very limited supply of Tarragona’s possibly best kept secret at a fantastic price. This variety of 35% Garnatxa, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Samsó, 13% Syrah, 9% Merlot […]
Isn’t it mind boggling with what kind of statements customers are lured into buying a particular product? We “only” cook Italian food the classic, traditional way round, with original ingredients in real pots and pans. And yes, you can choose between various drinking waters from Italy and Thailand – none of them claims “Fat” or […]