The cuisine of the Romagna region attracts gourmets from all over the world with its exquisite dishes, which have already become real culinary classics. Legendary pasta with Bolognese sauce, lasagna, capeletti and tortellini - all these recipes originated in Romagna. Locals claim that the real taste of these dishes can be tasted only when you find yourself in their homeland, but Bosco Café offers an alternative to flying to a Mediterranean country.
As part of the Home Kitchen / Home Kitchen Festival, which started at Bosco Café in early October, residents and guests of the capital can get acquainted with the intricacies of Italian cuisine and taste the dishes of legendary chefs who were invited to Moscow by eminent Italian designers.
Beginning November 15, Bosco Café will meet with the chef of AlbertFerretti designer Michele Frandolik, who currently runs the restaurants of Giacomo Badioli, the designer's son.
For Moscow gourmets, Frandolik has prepared a special menu in the traditions of the Romagna region - langoustines with vegetables, the most tender deep-fried squid meat with oyster mushrooms and balsamic, flounder ragout with white truffle, which is rightfully considered the king of delicacies, turbot with artichoke, capeletti stuffed with seabed. And for dessert, the Italian culinary genius invites guests to try puff canoncini tubes with chantilly cream.
Michele is considered a culinary legend for a reason - the Italian chef worked in the best restaurants in the country, and many chefs find inspiration in his work and strive to learn from the master.
And right after the end of the Romagna Cuisine Festival, weeks of Neapolitan cuisine kick off at Bosco Café. The chef chosen by the Isaia designer will cook for the guests.
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