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4 tables to taste the dolce vita in Italy

With its rich soil and ancient culinary traditions, Italy is a popular destination for food lovers. With extremely varied regional specialties, transalpine gastronomy offers a wide range of antipasti, dishes, and dolce. From Milan to Florence and Rome, here is our selection of four restaurants that are sure to please us in the boot!

L’Acquolina, Rome

In the heart of the Eternal City, this restaurant, awarded a Michelin star in 2009, is hidden within the 5-star hotel, The First Roma. The young chef, Daniele Lippi, is in charge of the kitchens and offers modern dishes inspired by Mediterranean cuisine.

Per Me, Rome

On the banks of the Tiber, near Piazza Farnese, starred chef Giulio Terrinoni offers a cuisine based on the flavors of the sea. On the menu you will find, for example, “carbonara of the sea,” but also an explosive carpaccio of scampi with foie gras and red onion compote, and a delicious fish soup.

The Housewife, Florence

Recently renovated, La Ménagère unveils its new face, shaped by architect Claudio Nardi, who has redesigned this multi-faceted venue that includes a restaurant, interior design boutique, bookstore and even a florist. The gastronomic offer is designed for every moment of the day, including aperitivo, while chef Nicholas Duonnolo has created a menu with ultra-fresh products, with oriental and South American accents.

The Small, Milan

This zany location is well known to Fashion Week insiders, who come to taste typical dishes (gnocchetti sardi, veal chop Milanese …) in a colorful atmosphere, mixing very classic and vintage decoration and ultra-modern objects.

Delphine Le Feuvre