Corso Castelvecchio, 21/A 37121Verona (VR)
It was in this building, in 1831, that the first gastronomic delicatessen of Verona was opened. Though the building was damaged by fire, a canvas from ‘700 showing the Madonna and Child was saved. In it’s reconstruction, taking the exact same features of it’s previous activity, there was a type of alcove constructed where the canvas was placed and is still visible today. The atmosphere is created through the building’s various levels. Where we now have the wine cellars, larders and storerooms, was once full with 26 people preparing various cuts of meat, as well as treating and curing cold meats. With various changes of ownership over the last few years, it has also seen the opening of a Chinese delicatessen, whose management ended in June 2000. It was in June when I became aware that, with this locality I would finally be able to realize my life’s dream: a restaurant full of history and fascination, with the perfect atmosphere in which to serve the typical Veronese cuisine that I have brought to the table for over 20 years - to the joy and good taste of clients that appreciate the quality of life.
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