Martina, Maja, Malina, and Arianna outside of Sibenik
It was the part of my European visit that I was most looking forward to, after an intense week of winery visits in Franciacorta, Piedmont, and Rome. The flight was brief to say the least; it was the kind where as soon as you are allowed to turn your laptop on and work, the flight attendants tell you... Read more...
by Martina Zuccarello, 30 September, 2014
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Best restaurants, food markets, shops, hidden gems and much more!
Castello Malvezzi
Via Colle San Giuseppe, 1, localita' Mompiano, Brescia; Tel.: 030-2004224
This elegant restaurant in a deconsacrated country church has one of the best wine cellars in Italy with a number of rare vintages that can't be found anywhere else. The cuisine, too, is excellent with organic products and unusual ingredients like bulgar wheat, tofu and bison meat on the menu as well as more traditional recipes like gnocchi al Bagoss (potato dumplings cooked with melted Bagoss cheese) or fish soup. Dinner only except on weekends.

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Pasticceria De Riso
Cafe/Sandwich Bar
Piazza Cantilena, 1, Minori; Tel.: 089-853618
Pasticceria De Riso near the seafront is THE place to stop for aperitifs, coffee and award-winning cakes and pastry creations made with local ricotta, nuts and especially the famous Amalfi Coast lemons. Salvatore De Riso has been a member of the prestigious Accademia Maestri Pasticcieri Italiani since 1994 and was chosen Pastry Cook of the Year for 2010-11. His baba’ al limoncello, lemon profiteroles, “Dolce d’Amalfi” and torta di ricotta e pere (said to be Pope John Paul II's favorite cake!) are justly famous; no visitor to Minori should leave town without sampling them.

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