We reserved a table in Casa Perbellini to continue our secret vice of visiting Michelin restaurants...
We had checked the lunch menu in advance and made our minds, but when we saw the large course for the lunch, our hearts were sold.
It is almost impossible to tell how beautiful and delicious the food was. Every dish was a handcrafted masterpiece that you could eat and at the same time wonder, how can they do this? And part of the joy was to watch the seven cooks put these together.
We asked for a wine suggestion and got one that fit perfectly with the food.
Was it expensive? Yes.
Was it worth it? Definitely yes!
Was it something to visit again? Yes.
And the price is always relative - for a menu like this you have to do everything perfectly
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