A me mi piace

"We love"


Indro Montanelli (Journalist and writer)

Toasted Tuscan bread and beans. I rediscover the tastes of my Fucecchio.


Paolo Fresco

(Manager and ex-President of Fiat)

Mixed Tuscan appetiser: memories of the land emerge in simple dishes.


Giancarlo Cazzaniga (Painter)

"Lardo di Colonnata" on warm bread, it melts in your mouth like a watercolour in water.


Domenico Contestabile (Lawyer and politician)

Here, in this 'second home' of mine, I face the buffet of appetisers, like I'm preparing a plea in court.


Marco Glaviano (Fashion photographer and architect)

Seafood appetisers. Here, I always find my roots: Sicily, USA, Rigolo

First courses

Ettore Sottsass (Architect and designer)

I love the spaghetti with clams and lots of garlic.

They have the scent of the sea.


Ernesto Calindri (Actor)

Spelt soup on beans: they remind me of my wife,

Ivy, a true Tuscan.


Ornella Vanoni (Singer)

I love the spaghetti with fresh tomato.

A symphony of flavours.


Umberto Veronesi (Oncologist)

Fresh mushroom soup, the scents of the forest.

Always therapeutic.


Willy Pasini (Sexologist)

Rigolo Fettuccine with truffles:

it has an entirely unexpected finesse to it.


Martina Colombari (Miss Italy and Actress)

Tomato bread soup It's one of my few favourite sins.

Second courses

Mel Brooks (Director and actor)

The tricoloured cutlet: in Miami they all boast

they know how to do it, but only at Rigolo's it is really good.


Giorgio Falk (Entrepreneur and yachtsman)

"Foglia d'autunno" with truffles, the only aroma

that competes with that of the sea.


Luciano Minguzzi (Sculptor)

Platter of mixed boiled meats: the art of meat cutting is all in this dish.


Tullio Pericoli (Artist and Designer)

Baked turbot with potatoes and mushrooms.

Amazing natural geometries.


Tony Dallara (Singer)

Devilled pullet: you are so romantic!


Kengiro Azuma (Sculptor)

Milanese style veal cutlet It reminds me of the "Tonkatsu"

that I used to eat in Japan


Lalla Romano (Writer and painter)

Life still smiles at me in front of the dessert trolley.


Solly Cohen (President of Milan's International Trade Fair)

Cantucci with Vin Santo, help me to relax.


Francesco Cevasco (Journalist)

Fried chestnut cake that Mrs. Wilma never makes.


Arturo Carlo Quintavalle (Art historian)

Montblanc. The only mountain I can master.


Ludovica Albertoni (Countess)

Ice cream with wild berries cream.

It reminds me of horse-riding in the woods.


Attilio Melo(Artist)

The chestnut cake that I ate as a child.


Angelo Mereu (Photographer and goldsmith)

Luzzana, only here do they reserve me a worthy wine of my homeland, Sardinia.


Agostino Ferrari (Artist)

The house wine of this restaurant is like a painting: after forty years you are never tired of it.


Marco Mascardi (Journalist)

Sparkling Ortrugo which I pair with truffles


Raffaele de Grada (Art critic)

Gewurztraminer: it makes me dream


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