Taste the Italian summer in your plate!

Nonna Lalla and Nonna Nerina are not great swimmers, but they know how to bring the sea taste in your plate! In this menu we will cook some of the most famous summer dishes in Italy, enjoying life and good food together!

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Full menu

From Antipasti to Dolci, cook the traditional four courses Sunday meal and bring Italy to your table!

Vitello Tonnato

The Vitello Tonnato (veal with tuna sauce) was created in Piemonte at the end of the 1700. It became part of the traditional Italian cuisine thanks to a recipe published by Pellegrino Artusi in 1891.

The union between fish and meat was on-trend during the ‘80s but its origins are older than that; it dates back to when anchovies’ sellers went to Liguria for purchasing the fish for a more favorable price.

Pici with clams

The Pici with clams is a very successful traditional Italian dish, it’s one of the most requested pasta dishes in restaurants during the summertime.

It is made with few, and simple ingredients and its history is very recent. It was a chef in the ‘80s that decided to innovate the classical Spaghetti “Ajo e Ojo e Peperoncino” (garlic, olive oil, and chili pepper) adding the clams to the recipe. This way this dish has now a delicate scent of the sea but a strong taste.

Fried calamari,

shrimps, and zucchini flowers

This is a typical summer dish in all Italian sea regions, this dish is a full joy to taste. Crispy and soft at the same time it will make you very happy to make it and eat it!

It is made of fish and vegetables,  you can’t fine zucchini flower you can use zucchini or carrots


Not everybody knows that it has its roots in the XVII century; when Cosimo De Medici, grand duke of Tuscany, visited Siena, the chefs invented a dessert with mascarpone and coffee to honor him and they called it “the duke’s soup”. From then on, the Tiramisù became the Italians’ favorite dessert all over the world and beyond.