Puglian cuisine perfectly merges the two hearts of the region: the lure of the sea, with a pantry full of fish and shellfish, and the love of the land, that provides cereals, pulses and many types of vegetables. Traditional dishes from Puglia have a great respect for raw materials, always with a distinguishable flavour.
Mini calzone pizza half-moon shape filled with Burrata, Olives and stewed onion. Imagine having a pizza in a half moon puff, all the melted cheese and flavours, as if calzone is the giant size of a currypuff!
Tormaresca ‘Neprica’ Puglia IGT, Italy ruby red wine.
AROMA: notes of fresh red fruit (plums and cherries), of flowers (roses and violets), and spices (pepper and chocolate).
FLAVOR: a wine of good structure, crisp, supple, and elegant with a return of the notes of red fruit on the long finish and aftertaste.
Snapper fillet with squashed zucchini – Fillet of snapper served with squash zucchini (Fried green Zucchini with red vinaigrette and olive oil, with a zucchini puree to whip along, if you just need the sauce to come with the fish menu. So pleased as the chef arranges the vegetables nicely!
Carnaroli Rice – Baked crusted on top, here comes the carnaroli rice with layered potato and mussel, a real treasure of Apulia tradition. Sounds like the local baked cheese rice, but it isn’t actually.
Sporcamuss with custard – Italian cream filled Puff pastry served with fruits compote and pure lemon custard.
Chef talk: In Italy, sporca means ‘dirty’ and muss means ‘mouth’, meaning to say, the custard will be all over your mouth, no matter how….
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