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 Duration 2h 30m

 Max 8 guests

Spoken languages:  Italian and English

Special Italian Menu with Cooking Demo: starter, pasta, main with side dish and dessert.

Your menu
  • Mortadella does the honors of the house
  • Passatelli (homemade pasta) in broth
  • Meatloaf with Puree
  • Baked peaches with chocolate and amaretti biscuits

Passatelli and Polpettone are two dishes of Bolognese Tradition, and recipe calls for Passatelli to be cooked in the broth created in the cooking of Polpettone.

This culinary experience will be a succession of flavors that chase each other and come together.

It starts with an appetizer of Mortadella in different shapes and textures, an ingredient that we will also find inside the meatloaf. All accompanied by the growing Bolognese while sipping a Pignoletto dei Colli Bolognesi.

We arrive at Passatello that will be the star of the Cooking Demo, you will see its making and we will reveal its secrets.

It will be the turn of the Meatloaf that you will taste paired with soft mashed potatoes of the territory.

To finish off, baked peaches with macaroons and chocolate.

Location incantevole all’ ombra delle torri di Bologna, accoglienza squisita come la cucina che rispetta la tradizione bolognese. I tortellini migliori che abbia mai mangiato!
Francesca - March 2022

€85.00 per guest

€42.50 per child

You’ll receive the exact address after the booking
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Cesarina from 2018Location: Bologna    Languages: Italian and English

One perspectives we can have of Bologna is from above, enjoying the view from the city’s towers and monuments, from its hills and terraces of various local places, and from the enchanting terrace in the home of our Cesarina, Elena. From here, we can admire the classic Bolognese rooftops that are tinged to an even more intense red come sunset. Here, we can experience the authentic flavor of Bologna, observing it from above and savoring its delectable cuisine. As we know, Bologna is very famous for its gastronomy. This important notoriety dates back to the Middle Ages, when the city began to welcome students and professors from all over the world to the University. This is how Bolognese cuisine became rich, abundant and very varied, not unlike Elena’s cooking. Elena’s elegant table offers up the classic aromas and flavors of the Bolognese tradition, from passatelli in brodo (fresh egg pasta in a meat broth) to 'polpettone' (meatloaf), from 'crescenta con mortadella' (flat bread with cured ham) to 'torta di risoì (sweet rice and almond cake), all following her mother’s recipes.

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Families and solo travellers welcome

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