Friday 13 July 2012

The restaurants at Calagrana

The restaurant at Calagrana is set in one of the two restored stone farm buildings that date back to the late 19th century. It seats an intimate 30 people.

In the restaurant, chef Alberto offers traditional Umbrian cuisine and forgotten local dishes covering the past hundred years, all recreated with a personal touch. Alberto began his chef training at the age of 14 in Milan upon completion of this he whent on to work in Paris, Germany and London. Working in some of the top restaurants in London he then decided to open his own restaurant in Battersea south London with Ely.

The restaurant offers a warm and simple setting with original features creating a wonderful environment in which to dine and spend long pleasant evenings. It has become the key meeting point for our guests, where you can come together and taste the wine and delicacies of the region, or simply mingle over an aperitif.

Outside the restaurant is the veranda offering views over the swimming pool and the spectacular valley of Niccone. It is a lovely place to spend the long summer evenings.

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