Culture, art, history, and world-leading cuisine in one, sunkissed package - that’s amore. That’s Italy. From the ancient ruins of Rome to the charming villages of Tuscany and everywhere in-between, Italy harbors a variety of treasures that are revered by travelers and locals alike. Take a look.

Italian cuisine is *chef’s kiss*. A sanctuary of creamy risottos, flavor-packed pizzas, rich wines and delicately-crafted puddings and pastries that are lighter than air. A feast for the senses awaits.

Traditional Italian Food


Pizza is the queen of cuisine. There are so many types and styles of pizza, it's hard to know where to start. The classic combination of bread, cheese and tomato sauce is a favorite for a reason: it's simple, delicious and versatile. You can top your pizza with pretty much anything you like, from pepperoni to pineapple. And don't forget the garlic knots!


Lasagne is a popular Italian dish that is made with pasta, meat sauce, and cheese. The dish can be made with different types of pasta, including lasagna noodles, cannelloni tubes, or even flat sheets of dough. The traditional version of the dish calls for a béchamel sauce, which is made from butter, flour, and milk. However, there are many variations of the recipe that include different meats and vegetables.


Risotto italiano is a classic italian dish that is simple to make, yet full of flavor. The key to a great risotto is to use a good quality arborio rice and to patiently stir the risotto while adding the broth, one ladle at a time. This ensures that the rice cooks evenly and absorbs the flavors of the broth. Risotto italiano can be made with any variety of meats or vegetables


Osso bucco is an Italian dish of braised veal shanks. The name means "bone with a hole" in Italian, referring to the marrow hole in the center of the bone. The dish is often garnished with gremolata, a mixture of parsley, garlic, and lemon zest. It is typically served with risotto or mashed potatoes.


SWORDFISH SICILIAN STYLE - The 'seafood steak' seasoned in the tastiest way imaginable, with cherry tomatoes, olives, pine nuts and oregano.


Gelato is known as the king of desserts for its rich and creamy flavor. This Italian dish is made with milk, cream, sugar, and egg yolks, which are all boiled together to create a custard. Gelato is then flavored with various fruits or nuts, and often served with a chocolate or caramel sauce.


Castello di Gargonza

Castello di Gargonza

The La Torre di Gargonza Restaurant is located just outside the city walls. The cuisine here consists of authentic Tuscan dishes made with simple, genuine ingredients, homemade pasta and mouthwatering meats paired with regional wines.
Locanda Dei Mai Intees

Locanda Dei Mai Intees

Locanda dei Mai Intees’ restaurant was founded in 1989, and quickly became a meeting point for elite and international clientele. Relish regional dishes put together by chefs accompanied by an important selection of wines – during magical meals here. 

Grand Hotel et de Milan

Grand Hotel et de Milan

Our expert chefs at Caruso Restaurant offer traditional Milanese cuisine with a modern twist. Or head to our Don Carlos Restaurant where we pay tribute to Maestro Giuseppe Verdi in an intimate and refined setting. 


CAFE LA CALCINA (est. 1800), Venice
GRANCAFFE QUADRI (est. 1775), Venice
CAFFE DELL’USSERO (est. 1775), Pisa
CAFFE TORINESE (est. 1919), Trieste
CAFFE AL BICERIN (est. 1763), Turin
ANTICO CAFFE SAN MARCO (est. 1914), Trieste
CAFE TOMMASEO (est. 1830), Trieste
CAFFE BARATTI & MILANO (est. 1858), Turin

CAFE ELENA (est. 1889), Turin
CAFE FIORIO (est. 1780), Turin
GELATERIA PEPINO (est. 1884), Turin
MULASSANO (est. 1907), Turin
PLATTI (est. 1875), Turin
CAFFE SAN CARLO (est. 1822), Turin
STRATTA (est.1836), Turin
CAFFE TORINO (est. 1903), Turin


CAFFÉ - Caffè, or ‘coffee’, is something of a fine art in Italy. Whatever your preference - whether you have a penchant for espressos, macchiatos, americanos, correttos, ristrettos, cappuccinos or something else entirely - you’re unlikely to have to go far to find the perfect cup.


WINE: a national treasure - There’s a wealth of wines in Italy, and each has its own, unique flavor. Some of the most famous types include Chianti, Barolo, and Brunello di Montalcino, made in the regions of Tuscany, Piedmont, and Umbria, respectively… but there are hundreds more to savor.


SPRITZ - In the heat of summer, nothing beats a refreshing Italian spritz drink! The classic cocktail is made with sparkling wine, Aperol or Campari, and club soda - perfect for sipping on a hot day.


GRAPPA - Grape brandy is a generic term for distilled spirits made from grapes. The name grappa is specifically used for an Italian version made with grape wine pulp, and its flavor can vary widely - flitting between harsh and fiery to light and sweet.


LIMONCELLO is a popular Italian liqueur made from lemons (hence the name). They’re cold-pressed to extract the juice, which is then mixed with sugar, water, and alcohol. Afterwards, it’s aged for a few months, resulting in its trademark sweet and sour taste. Saluti!


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