For a Veronese trip full of taste and experimentation in the kitchen, here are 4 places not to be missed.
A Verona, city of the love of Romeo and Juliet and of the most famous Opera Festival in the world, as well as a land of great wines, the palate is not left to itself. In fact, in recent times there have been some restaurant openings, united by the search for taste and exploration in the kitchen. Let's take a closer look at these new locations and their delicious menus.
An American style, with international notes, which is immediately noticeable. A crazy design venue, with concrete and huge windows and wrought iron and glass doors. The highlight? The bar inside a Airstream from the 70s.
The menu reflects the style of the restaurant, from Mac&Cheese (macaroni with cheese) al Lobster & Chicken (lobster, chicken and basmati rice) up to the inevitable cake Red Velvet Crumble.
The venue also organizes an exquisite sweet or savory brunch and numerous vegan and vegetarian options. It is located in Corso Cavour, a 2-minute walk from theArena di Verona and a few steps from Porta Borsari.
Directly from Sardinia, a place that, thanks to its design, immediately takes us to the splendid island with the white and soft blue colors that distinguish it. Attention to raw materials and workmanship for a quality cuisine that at the same time wants to be welcoming.
A few steps from the Arena, in the city center, with the possibility to choose between land or sea menus or let yourself be surprised by the Chef through surprise dishes.
Everyone loves the Pizza and Guglielmo Vuolo decided to bring some to Verona as well. Tradition but also innovation and research to give guests the opportunity to choose the tomato with which to season their pizza, savor one created with the help of nutritional biotherapists or try the seawater dough.
Owner of three segments of Gambero Rosso and with a predilection for Slow Food presidia, elements that make eating a pizza here a real culinary experience. The restaurant is located near the Verona Fair, slightly outside the city center but still reachable in a few minutes by car.
A very refined and refined industrial-chic style. Art on the walls and colorful hot air balloons that seem to fly inside the room. Simple but quality dishes, where tradition and innovation meet. A tasting menu based on fresh ingredients of the day, a Sunday brunch and national and international dishes are offered.
The bistro is located inside Forti Palace, Seat of the AMO Museum, a stone's throw from the Church of Sant'Anastasia and a few minutes from Piazza delle Erbe, in the heart of the historic city center.
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