Monday, February 10, 2014

Madonnina Del Pescatore, July 2013

You would never think that one of
the best fish restaurants in Europe
is on the ground floor of this building
Madonna del Pescatore

The Madonnina Del Pescatore has been on my restaurant wish list for over 7 years now and we finally had the chance to go there last summer for Graziano's birthday.  
We had been to Moreno Cedroni's bar in the center of Senigallia, Anikò for an aperitivo a couple of times, and once to the Clandestino Susci Bar, for dinner but never to his restaurant.

What can I say but it's an experience.  One for a special occasion.  It's food art, actually seafood art. Maybe Japanese meets Italian.  I don't know, I think it would be best if I just let the photo's do the talking.  
il pane e olio 

a complimentary antipasto tasting

unique chopstick style flatware

one of our favorite Champagnes
seafood salad
the view from our table of the Adriatic Sea


the most Italian part of our lunch, spaghetoro verrigni agli scampi con pomodoro fresco
zenzero e salsa di cavolo cappuccino

the birthday boy

sfera di ciccolato con mousse al tè sakura, ragù di ciliegie di vignola 

this was cool, it was a complimentary chocolate selection of chocolates influenced from different parts of the world,
called vulcani attivi (piccoli cioccolatini)

il caffé 

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