Manifesto Of The Cuisine
To talk about the future, you have to know the past, without historical memory you cannot lay the foundations for tomorrow. The Italian cuisine is based on recipes, gestures, handed down from generation to generation and it is almost a desecration to change them.
“I like to recreate starting from a deconstruction, from a recovery of the matrix of the taste of certain dishes from memory and then reconstructing them not as they were originally but making something new out of them, recreating them in fact, making them live a new time in the changing world. I like to create a connection between past and present, interpreting influences and contaminations in an original way without betraying the Italian taste.”
Where we are
The pink stones of the Furlo Pass, wood, brass, the yellow and blue of the horizons and the sea, the ceramic tables with hand-salted edges, the natural Brioni terracotta, the grit, the rosemary, the laurels, the flowers, the aromatic garden and the fireplaces make this a place that wants to look to the future with an honest and full of life eye.
Natural vegetable garden
We started a natural vegetable garden situated at 500 m from our restaurant precisely to ensure the freshness and seasonality of some local ingredients.
We have embraced the philosophy of the Japanese Masanobu Fukuoka, who admired the perfection of nature and the spontaneous growth of forests without the help of man and came to the conclusion that there was no need to squeeze the earth for fruit.