Italian Cuisine

Italian food is more than a form of nourishment; it's a way of life in a country where family, friendship and feasts are all indelibly linked. Italian food is simple and vibrant. From roasts to risotto, pasta to preserves, soups to sauces, Italian food is popular all year round. Italian food is highly famed: greatly loved and tirelessly imitated the world over, it has been a source of endless pleasure and joie-de-vivre in countries far and wide.


For hundreds of years Italian cooking has followed a very simple principle: food is best when it's cooked fresh and in season. Most traditional Italian dishes are on the whole derived from simple peasant cookery, for example the Pizza, which could be found a couple of centuries ago on the streets of Naples being sold by street vendors to those that had no cooking facilities of their own at home. The regional cooking depends on a number of factors, not only as to what ingredients are most abundant each region, but also historical factors. The recipes of Northern and Southern Italian dishes are quite different and use different methods of cooking. With the exception of a few areas near lakes that exert a moderating influence, Northern Italy is too cold for olive trees to grow, and as a result much of the population used butter for cooking.


Pasta plays a large part in most traditional Italian food, and few cultures know how to employ a tomato the way that Italians can. Pasta and olive oil are considered the characteristics of southern Italian food, while northern food focuses on rice and butter (although today there are many exceptions). Italian food is all about combinations of delicious local flavours, a simple sauce, a sprinkling of Parmesan and real Italian pasta.


Ingredients used in Italian cooking, such as pasta, olive oil, garlic, tomatoes and red wine have proved to be contributory factors to a healthier lifestyle. Finding the right balance of ingredients is vital in creating vibrant good food. Although there are essential ingredients that every Italian kitchen should have, basil, garlic and olive oil, the most important ingredient is creativity. Italian cookery is exceptionally varied, nutritious and healthy; traditions have been handed down from one family to the next over the centuries, and are associated mainly with country life in that dishes are directly linked to what the Earth produces over the changing seasons: in other words, wholesome cooking whose goodness depends on all-natural ingredients.

Italian Cuisine


Buongiorno Italian Restaurant

It featuring fresh home-made pastas, fish dishes, risotto, salads, soups, delicious desserts and original thin crusted Italian pizza. Also a large selection of Italian and International Wines, Grappa and an authentic Italian Espresso are served.

Opening Hours: 10:00 ~ 23:00, every day

Cuisines:  Italian Cuisine 

Milano Ristorante & caffe Italiana

This Italian Restaurant is simply decorated, lightly colored and elegant with an outdoor seating, a place quite suitable for dating. Food served here is very tasty with large portions and wines are handpicked. Waiters are well trained and familiar with Italian dinning.

Opening Hours: 11:00 ~ 00:00 every day

Cuisines:  Italian Cuisine 


This three-storey restaurant has its own brick oven with a rustic décor and an outside garden, an ideal place for experiencing traditional Italian food and wine that is from some of the best-known vineyards in Italy or its well-stocked cellar.

Opening Hours: 11:45 ~ 23:00 every day

Cuisines:  Italian Cuisine 

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