MEDITERRANIAN CUISINE WITH ITALIAN INFLUENCE AND SPANISH TECHNIQUES, LOCATED IN THE LIMITS BETWEEN ROMA NORTE AND ROMA SUR.
A product from passion and love for hospitality and the Italian culture, Trattoria Barolo is a new hotspot located in Orizaba 203, Roma Norte in Mexico City. The dim and soft lighting of the environment inside the restaurant transports us to the warmth of home and its comfort food makes it even cozier.
Named after the wine region Barolo in Piemonte, Italy; which makes the details, the architecture, the design, and the colors be inspired in a wine cellar.
Inside you can appreciate a space specially created for pasta elaboration: through the crystal, the gusts have the chance to enjoy and observe how the pasta is handmade by the cooks in Barolo.
You will find appetizers like grilled beet with berries, greek yogurt, and candied nuts; anchovies with brioche and burnt tortilla aioli; and Cacio e Pepe croquettes. As a main dish, there are options of long pasta ( aglio olio, peperoncino, and anchovies spaghetti) and short pasta ( short rib ravioli and truffled pasta; or sweet potato gnocchi, calabrese sausage, and spinach); also soups and risottos, like grilled tomato soup and wild mushroom risotto.
In fish and meat options they have 12-hour confited pork with bean sauce and green salad; sea bass with refried, potato, and purslane; also arrabbiata octopus with potato and caperberries, among other dishes.
To finish, the desserts: chocolate, truffle, cacao dust with banana textures, and vanilla bean pannacotta with berries. the wine selection is an important side of Barolo, from great Italian wines to local productions as well as some cocktails.
The majority of the ingredients come from local farmers that cannot be found in other places. Barolo has the commitment to renew its kitchen to offer a better experience every season.
TEXT: Erika Malo
TRANSLATION: Brenda Turral
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