The first in Moscow to receive a certificate by Italian Féderation of Pizzaiolo
Continental breakfast — 240 rub.
Pizza with Parma ham, 31 cm — 760 rub.
Sweet strawberry pizza — 530 rub.
Beef carpaccio — 530 rub.
Spaghetti Al Capone with lobster — 1,450 rub.
Sea bass soup — 430 rub.
Seafood risotto — 790 rub.
Minced beef steak — 650 rub.
Grilled asparagus — 210 rub.
Prunes meringue — 390 rub.
2009 Gavi Pio Cesare wine — 3,990 rub.
2008 Lighea. Donnafugata wine— 2,660 rub.
2008 Centine Rose. Banfi wine — 2,100 rub.
Judging by occasional loud exclamations coming from the kitchen, it is run by Italian chefs.
At around 8 p.m. — 8.30 p.m. you can feel some romance filling up the place — they light a candle on each table smelling like a tropical tree, the light being turned off and the last flickering of gloaming coming through the windows.
Beige colors and minimalism are prevailing in the restaurant. Nothing will disturb you here, everything is to the point.
On the walls, between boxes and bottles on wine, there are plasma screens showing fashion. They play lounge music, yet sometimes you will hear Italian songs.
Extensive wine carte, children’s menu and banquet menu. Free WiFi.
Karlsson’s favorite dish is jam but the restaurant has a lot more tasty things to offer
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