Nero di Seppia

Spaghetti al Nero di Seppia aka squid ink pasta. Its’ actually pasta cooked with the ink of cuttlefish, that’s what Seppia means in Italian and Nero is black. It gives a very robust and buttery flavour that’s usually acceptable by local. Taste wise it is more on the salty side and if you don’t like […]

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Tagliata di Manzo

“Tagliata di manzo” (in English, “sliced steak”, but it would be better translated as “sliced roast beef”) is a  finely sliced roast beef served with few half cut fresh tomatoes and tasty leaves of rocket salad. Pepper, flakes of parmesan, olive oil and vinegar are added to season the rocket salad and complete the savoury […]

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Panna Cotta

“Panna cotta” is a traditional Italian dessert made of cream, milk, gelatine and sugar. According to the traditional recipe, some raspberries or liquid chocolate combined with caramel may be poured on its top to decorate this minimalistic but delicious Italian dessert. Recently, new ways of decorations have come up, like orange flowers, strawberries, honey and […]

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Pasta con le Barbabietole

“Pasta con le barbabietole” (in English, beetroot noodles) is one of the most classical Italian “Tagliatelle colorate” (coloured noodles). The reddish colour of this kind of pasta is obtained simply by adding some minced beetroots to the dough of “tagliatelle”. The effect is not only visual; beetroots affect the taste of your pasta, though not so […]

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Cappuccino

Cappuccino is a delicious Italian coffee drink that is prepared with espresso (espresso is a very concentrated coffee) mixed with hot milk and decorated on its top with milk foam or cream which PocoLoco serve to our guests Its texture is different from ordinary coffee (American or espresso). Milk foam makes your cappuccino feel much thicker and foamy […]

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Pane

Pane – homemade bread serve with olive oil or butter Homemade Focaccia, a traditional flat bread flavoured with rosemary. Italian style, dip with extra virgin olive and balsamic vinegar. Or you can just do it with butter.

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