Aromi Italian restaurant
Prague top restaurant, Aromi offers a wide scale of fresh fish and seafood and presents authentic Italian cuisine. Quality and fresh ingredients are the main emphasis on production. This is not a like-Italian restaurant but rather an authentic, Italian small village dining experience.
In 2005 opened Aromi, an Italian seafood restaurant. Chef-Owner Riccardo Lucque, first focuses on natural ingredients and on organic products from small Italian suppliers. He also imports typical Italian products. He then introduces them into the Czech market. Riccardo‘s personal relationships with suppliers guarantee the highest quality of selected products.
In the middle of the restaurant, is a large table with a great selection of cheeses and more olive oils than you thought existed. In warmer weather, up to 40 people can sit in the outside cafe. Aromi’s wine selection numbers about 300 Italian labels and over one hundred kinds of grappa. Another reason Aromi is considered a Prague top restaurant.
Aromi as an Prague top restaurants has received many prestigious international awards for its quality of services. For nine consecutive years, between 2006 to 2014, it was awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand award. In 2005, Aromi was name the best new restaurant in the Czech Republic by Condé Nast Traveler. It was also ranked among the top 10 new restaurants in the world. During the same year, Aromi also received the Grand Award Top Ten Best Restaurant Award from the public. In 2009, the restaurant gained the prize of the Grand Restaurant Top Ten from the Commission of experts.
Egg Cooked at 63*C with Sweet Bread, Salsify and Seasonal Truffles
Grilled Monkfish with Olive and Tomato Tapenade, Potato Cream and Capers
Cucumber Gazpacho with Coconut Sorbet and Balsamic Caviar
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