Common errors made abroad when eating Italian food.

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Est modus in rebus…
And undoubtedly Italian food is the most genuine and good in the world.
Even though I don’t go mad for pasta, I seldom eat pizza, and I more likely eat eastern food…
I miss my country so much and I am very picky when it’s about food. High restaurants in Monte Carlo will never been at the height of the cheap simple local restaurants in Tuscany. I strictly avoid Italian food when I am abroad. The only pizza that I arrived to consider better than ours is the one prepared at La Reserve de la Mala and Edmonds, in Cap d’Ail: very tiny, light… The contrary of the Neapolitan Classic pizza (so many carbs would kill a horse).

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Pretty nice being served at the beach, huh?

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One Comment Add yours

  1. alifemoment says:

    Generally my rule is: “Eat the local food”, I love eating British food in UK, French food in France etc…. Thanks for sharing, nice post 🙂

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