Cassoeula, the history of an ancient Lombard tradition

Cassoeula, the history of an ancient Lombard tradition

From poor origins to queen of Sundays, not to be missed during your next trip to Milan Here is a truly special dish, born of the peasant tradition of seasoning savoy cabbage with the less noble cuts of pork. Typically eaten on Sundays, accompanied by polenta, it has...
Drunk cheese, a perfect combination of wine and milk

Drunk cheese, a perfect combination of wine and milk

A very special kind of cheese  A drunk cheese is a type of cheese with a strong and aromatic flavour, sweetly spicy and with a unique grape aftertaste. Immediately recognizable for its dark red crust, made smooth by the time spent in the wine. The colour of...
Brutti ma Buoni, few ingredients for a traditional pastry

Brutti ma Buoni, few ingredients for a traditional pastry

A biscuit disputed by two regions Brutti ma Buoni (ugly but good), also known as “brutti e buoni” or “brut e bon”, in Piedmontese dialect: these are the classic irregularly shaped hazelnut sweets we all know. These are sweets of disputed...
Friccò all’Eugubina: the perfect Sunday stew

Friccò all’Eugubina: the perfect Sunday stew

Discover a special stew from Gubbio, Umbria The origins of this stew lay in Umbria: according to the tradition, it comes from the town of Gubbio, as the name Friccò all’Eugubina suggests. It is a stew composed by various kinds of meat: in the recipe we suggest...
Mostaccioli, the iconic smell of Christmas

Mostaccioli, the iconic smell of Christmas

The perfect Christmas cookies “Mostaccioli” (or mustacciuoli) are diamond-shaped, spiced cookies covered in chocolate icing, eaten during Christmas time and popular in centre and southern Italy. These cookies are traditionally prepared from December...
Canederli, the definitive recipe to use your stale bread 

Canederli, the definitive recipe to use your stale bread 

The dish you have to try while in Trentino Alto Adige Have you ever had any stale bread in your pantry? Apparently Bavarian and Tyrolese farmers had, as they made a whole recipe tradition around it. In fact this traditional food is made out of dry bread soaked in milk...
Tozzetti and Vin Santo, perfect sweets to end every meal

Tozzetti and Vin Santo, perfect sweets to end every meal

Mix few simple ingredients and you will get a traditional sweet dessert Tozzetti are one of the most famous sweets of Umbrian tradition. Made with simple ingredients they are famous all over Europe for their sweetness and crunchiness. Loved by young and adults alike,...
Pinza onta and schizzotto, two amazing focaccias 

Pinza onta and schizzotto, two amazing focaccias 

Two culinary delights from Veneto All around Italy you can try many different types of focaccias, all of which will surprise you with amazing flavours and textures. This time we want to bring you on a culinary journey to Veneto, a region in Northern Italy, to...
Ribollita, the famous Tuscan soup

Ribollita, the famous Tuscan soup

Ribollita is one of the most well-known dishes of the Tuscan culinary tradition Nowadays, this recipe is the symbol of family traditions and of the local customs, extremely popular during the winter months in Italy. Ribollita is a a hot and tasty first course: a soup...
Malloreddus alla campidanese: tradition and taste from Sardegna

Malloreddus alla campidanese: tradition and taste from Sardegna

Malloreddus, “little bulls” Let us have a taste of Sardinian tradition with Malloreddus, generally more known as “gnocchetti sardi”, which literally means “little gnocchi from Sardegna”. It is a typical and delicious food deriving from the Sardinian...
The history of Sardinian taste: la fregula

The history of Sardinian taste: la fregula

Fregula, an ancient recipe for a unique first course They say this first course had been created over 1000 years ago, in the magical island of Sardinia, who is the motherland of lots of sensational dishes. This tasty but simple recipe has a format made of many,...
Spaghetti vs. Linguine: 2 winners in Italian cuisine

Spaghetti vs. Linguine: 2 winners in Italian cuisine

There are a lot of pasta varieties (around 100) depending on shapes and sizes. Let’s have a look to 2 of the most known and loved. If you are a pasta lover, you have to absolutely learn the difference between spaghetti and linguine, two kinds of long pasta, very...
Trattoria means tradition and authenticity

Trattoria means tradition and authenticity

The common imagery pictures the trattoria as a rustic and welcoming place. Is this dreaming vision nowadays still alive? The (very) good answer is: yes! Trattorie as we imagine still exist and they are all over Italy. Welcoming and informal places, where people sit at...
The long journey of cookbooks through different historical times

The long journey of cookbooks through different historical times

The secret behind Italian cuisine Nowadays Italian cuisine enjoys widespread popularity, as well as several particular regional traditions. Among Italians, the different and typical recipes play a huge role in everyday life and they are regarded as a symbol of pride...
The regional cuisine: the variety of the Sardinian traditions

The regional cuisine: the variety of the Sardinian traditions

Within our journey in the Italian cuisine, we arrive to Sardinia, land of splendid sea and breathtaking landscapes. A popular destination for holidaymakers from all over the world, this Italian island boasts a food and wine tradition made of exceptional and unique...
SICULA BAR

SICULA BAR

From breakfast to dinner, your Sicilian place in Friedrichshain! Here you can taste typican Sicilian specialities while having the true italian aperitivo or buy famous italian products from the shop. Scharnweberstr. 46, 10247 Berlin Tel.: 030 21601422...
The Eggplant Parmigiana: one dish, many versions

The Eggplant Parmigiana: one dish, many versions

One of the most popular recipes in Italian gastronomy is the Parmigiana. The Eggplant Parmigiana is a classic in the Italian culinary tradition: the eggplant is widely used in Italian cuisine by virtue of its properties, such as low calories and a high presence of...
The regional cuisine: a typical Aosta Valley menu

The regional cuisine: a typical Aosta Valley menu

The Italian regional cuisine: a thousand of different menus The Italian cuisine is known worldwide for being one of the most loved, not only for the tastefulness of its dishes,  but also and above all for its great regional variety. From North to South, the Belpaese...
DA ANTONIO

DA ANTONIO

A piece of Sardinia has found a place in Berlin! Everyday Antonio and his Team satisfy customers with the best Sardinian dishes. They will be very happy to delight you with their excellent specialties. Bismarckstraße 60, 10627 Berlin U2 Bismarckstraße Open Monday,...
LUNA

LUNA

A pizza maker from Frosinone has opened with his 4 daughters and his wife an Italian restaurant in Berlin, whose name is LuNa. Luigi Dirma has a German wife, who manages the administrative aspect of the restaurant, and four special collaborators (some of them are...