Not the ordinary Italian restaurants abroad. And if you love wine, you know what we’re takling about. Piedmont, Nebbiolo, Barolo, Grand Cru. The all Italian wine list is a big plus of this elegant fine dining restaurant in the heart of Amsterdam, even if the prices are pretty upscale. The menu change frequently, the culinary style is contemporary, with an eye for plate aesthetic and for quality in the kitchen. You could choice between 4, 6, or 8 course tasting menu. A selection of local and Italian products (weekly deliveries) and selected suppliers (including the renowned Casa del Gusto of Kerkstraat). Bread, pasta and desserts made in the kitchen; the food is sophisticated without being overly fussy. We recommended roasted quail beet root and smoked parnsnip, ravioli of lamb with lamb sauce and saffron risotto with fresh green peas basil and mint and sirloin of the char grill with green asparagus and oyster mushrooms. A well deserved stop.