Da Vittorio : Recipes from the Legendary Italian Restaurant
Written by Roberto Cerea and Enrico Cerea, Photographed by Giovanni Gastel and Paolo Chiodini, Foreword by Joan Roca
From one of Italy’s most legendary restaurants, a must-have cookbook for lovers of fine Italian cuisine. Founded in 1966 by Vittorio Cerea, Da Vittorio is today one of the most beloved restaurants in Italy. The first-ever cookbook from the Michelin three-star institution, this volume presents fifty never-before-published recipes adapted for discerning home chefs. Nestled in the foothills between Milan and Bergamo, Da Vittorio’s renown lies in its artful seafood dishes and locally sourced ingredients. A blend of Italian tradition and culinary creativity, their cuisine is at once sophisticated and authentic, innovative and classic. From paccheri pasta with three different types of tomatoes and a fritto misto of fish and vegetables, to a chocolate-hazelnut cake, the recipes featured in this volume are accompanied by mouthwatering photographs and insightful anecdotes from the Cerea family.
About The Author
Enrico Cerea and Roberto Cerea are the executive chefs at Da Vittorio. Giovanni Gastel is a renowned Italian photographer. Joan, Joseph, and Jordi Roca are the chef-proprietors of El Celler de Can Roca restaurant in Spain.