Posts Tagged ‘italian’

NEW SPOT: IL BUCO ATHENS

April 13, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you’re following Droog items all over the world (that alone is worth a travel book).
  2. If you’re looking for a restaurant with an Italian kitchen.
  3. If you’re in the upcoming Psirri district.

Check out: www.ilbuco.gr

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NEW SPOT: 208 HONG KONG

December 6, 2010

3 reasons to go:

  1. If you like the Chinese porcelain on the walls.
  2. If you like Italian food in a New York setting.
  3. Because it’s located in the upcoming Meatpacking District of Hong Kong: Sheung Wan

Check out: www.208.com.hk

NEW SPOT: MAGAZZINO AMSTERDAM

October 28, 2010


3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you’re dealing with a crisis in your wallet: 27,50 euro for 3 courses.
  2. If you like the sharing principle: big plates are there to share with your table mates.
  3. If you like ice cream as dessert.

Check out: www.magazzinoamsterdam.nl

NEW SPOT: MAZZO AMSTERDAM

October 6, 2010


I love all the work of IQ Creative. They are responsible for the existence of The Supperclub, Witteveen and Nevy (among others). Mazzo is their newest venue (to be opened halfway through october) and it’s all about Italy. Come in for a espresso at the start of your day or enjoy a great dinner in the evening. Just like Witteveen they will try to create an atmosphere like a living room. Cozy, warm and easy going.

Read my report and see some images over here…

Check out: www.mazzoamsterdam.nl

 

TRIED & TESTED: LA PALOMA IBIZA

August 16, 2010

Contributor Trees Korstanje cruised down the island of Ibiza and found this great Italian:

“La Paloma is by far the best Italian on the island – well that’s rumoured by the locals. You’ll definitely have to go looking for it, because it’s secretly located in sleepy city San Lorenzo. The interior is lovely and soft. Chairs and tables in light blue and flowers which¬†are visible in paintings and cushions. The kitchen serves Italian food. All freshly prepared with organic and honestly produced¬†ingredients.”

Check out: www.palomaibiza.com