In this region sea and land coexist and marry themselves in the kitchen so like in the lanscape: olivos, viti, and grain grow thriving in the fertile plains and the sea offers its fruits long 800 kilometers of coast: the typical dishes more known are the "lampascioni", the orecchiette with the tops of turnip, the gratinate mussels, the "pittule" (gnocchetti fried of pasta and of bread) and inevitable the "burrata" fresh cheese composed from a puff pastry of shooting pasta spinning of cream and frayed mozzarella. Simple and genuine tastes, perfect example of mediterranean cooking that can be tasted also distant from the place of origin, here where.
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via Costanza 2, Milano (MI)
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via Giuseppe Colombo 42, Milano (MI)
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via Lodovico il Moro 139, Milano (MI)
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via Pavia 3, Milano (MI)
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via Mecenate 107, Peschiera Borromeo (MI)
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viale Monza 10, Milano (MI)
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via Gaetano Previati 21, Milano (MI)
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via Paolo Rembrandt 56, Milano (MI)
 
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