IL MENÙ ALLA CARTA
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In Italian cuisine, every meal is traditionally preceded by an antipasti plate. This is served in order to excite diners and prepare their appetites for the meal ahead.
“Insalata” means “salad” in Italian. A popular insalata choice is our signature “Rucolata di frutta con Prosciutto di Parma e Burrata” boasting fresh Burrata cheese and Parma cured ham.
The Italian word zuppa translates to soup. But of course, in Italian cooking, classifying every bowl of soup as a zuppa would be oversimplifying.
Primi piatti refer to the first proper courses in a traditional Italian meal. For the “first plate,” we look for something that will satisfy our hunger but not fill us fully.
The “second plate” is the pinnacle of any Italian dinner. The heartiest of all courses, il secondo piatto should be savored slowly in good company, preferably along with a robust red wine.
Tender, juicy, flame-kissed and seasoned just right — there may not be anything more satisfying than a perfectly grilled steak in our charcoal and wood FireNACE oven, imparting an uniquely smoky flavor and char that pervades everything cooked inside it.
Many great meals end with a dessert, including gelato (here’s what to know about gelato in Italy!), cakes and pies, tiramisù (a coffee and custard dessert), cannoli (ricotta stuffed in a crispy shell), panna cotta (cooked cream), and a cheese plate, just to name a few.