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Top 10 Italian Food Restaurants for Italian Food Lovers

Top 10 Italian Food Restaurants for Italian Food Lovers
Are you a foodie?? So, then Italy should be in your destination list. Because, this two words (Italy and food) go parallel. It proves through penne, lasagne, spaghetti, macaroni, tagliatelle and ravioli tossing them with numerous sauces, herbs, vegetables and meats. And Italian pizza plays a big role too. Let’s have a look on the Top 10 Italian Food Restaurants.

Osteria Francescana (Modena): Top 10 Italian Food Restaurants

While watching museums, churches (Cathedral of Modena) and other historical places Modena, you can have a sweet Italian meal from one of the best restaurants in the world.

Osteria Francescana is much famous for worlds’ best chefs. Massimo Bottura cooks for you in here. So, you can eat from classical Italian cuisine to modern types in Osteria Francescana.  

Osteria Francescana (Modena) Top 10 Italian Food Restaurants for Italian Food Lovers

Ristorante Abbruzzino  

Chef Luca Abbruzzino offers you variety of Italian food according to your favor. More specifically, The New York Times listed Ristorante Abbruzzino as one of their top places to visit in 2017.
Ristorante Abbruzzino is a true family-run restaurant where Luca’s mother and Antonio’s wife Rosetta manages front of house and the wine selection. And also, this is the first restaurant to ever receive a Michelin star in Calabria. 
Ristorante Abbruzzino Top 10 Italian Food Restaurants for Italian Food Lovers 

Reale by Niko Romito

Reale is one of the best restaurants created by Niko Romito. Reale’s food has been defined traditional, but stripped down to its purest flavors. Niko Romito will provide you innovative and unique Italian flavors.

Reale is a remarkably unique restaurant which is situated in a 16th century monastery with rooms overlooking the mountains of Abruzzo. Niko Romito’s cooking techniques use the intrinsic flavours of the Ambruzzo region. 

The location also houses culinary laboratories for researching baking, fermentation and pressure cooking as well as being a certified higher education cookery school.

Reale by Niko Romito

Piazza Duomo (Alba, Cuneo)

While you are feeling the sense of fashion, historic value and great architecture in Italy, Piazza Duomo offers you the most delicious Italian food on the earth. You can find traditional as well as modern recipes at Piazza. 

Piazza Duomo (Alba, Cuneo)

Dal Pescatore (Canneto sull’Oglio, Mantova) 

Representing northern Italian flavor since 90 years, Dal Pescatore is an icon of family restaurant. You can find a traditional Italian cuisine in Dal Pescatore.

The chefs of this restaurant are Nadia Santini, Giovanni Santini, and Bruna Santini. And the restaurant was voted 48th best in the world in the Restaurant Top Fifty of 2009. It also has three Michelin stars.

Dal Pescatore (Canneto sull’Oglio, Mantova) 

Enoteca Pinchiorri (Firenze)

You may find a mix of both Italian and French food flavors at Enoteca Pinchiorri. British Restaurant Magazine recently recognized this as the 32nd worlds’ best restaurant.
It gained its first Michelin star in 1982, its second in 1983 the ultimate third in 1993. A rarity in the annals of Michelin, it lost its third star in 1995 and then regained it in 2004. 
Enoteca Pinchiorri (Firenze)

Da Vittorio (Brusaporto, Bergamo)

Da Vittorio is special for Italian fish dishes such as the “gran fritto misto di crostacei, pesci, frutta e verdura,” and for its vegetarian specialties.

Glass Hostaria (Vicolo de’ Cinque, Roma)

This special Italian cuisine is located in the heart of Rome. You can experience the real Italian taste in here.

St. Hubertus (San Cassiano, Bolzano)

At St. Hubertus you can find homemade pastas, fresh meat cuts typical of Val Badia, farm cheeses make delicious Italian food. Local spices are selected carefully among producers of the area to create deliciously unique, yet traditional dishes.

Uliassi (Senigallia, Ancona)

Uliassi is famous for fish dishes with unique and aromatic Italian food. They have mixed up both traditional and modern ways to their recipes.

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