January 3, 2008

Restaurant Review From Italy

This was a friend's recent dining experience during their travels in Italy. They asked that I post their review so if anyone is heading to Pescara, they will have a wonderful place to eat.
I am happy to oblige!


Magnifico! Modern restaurants try to be a little different, and a lot memorable - Enozioni Wine Bar in Pescara, on the Abruzzo coast of Italy achieves both, and beautifully. The food is exceptional – the beef with onion confit on crushed romano is a delicate delight; the truffled wild mushroom pasta rustic and rich; the duck in Sicilian citrus unusual but splendid; but the triumph is the maialano – tiny ribs of suckling pig in a green peppercorn sauce. The wine list is as long as one might expect in a wine bar, but a lot higher in quality and range; but you needn’t bother. The patron, Gabriele, will provide a different wine for each course; a native of Pescara, he has worked in smart restaurants in Italy and Provence (but is proudest of his own Abruzzo produce). He serves wines that are intelligently suited, and generously poured. Two people can dine in magnificence for around €100, and they should – don’t go near Pescara without visiting

9 Piazza Dei Martiri Pennesi
65123 Pescara Italy
39 08 54 22 01 74

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