"You can easily imagine our surprise when Ariel Sharon, who at that time was undoubtedly one of the most powerful men in the world, asked about a restaurant in Milan, the" Rigolo "which is located in Largo Treves, a stone's throw from via Solferino, where Corriere della Sera is based. “I've been there a couple of times, when I was a minister, and I've never forgotten the excellent quality of the food”, was the debut that made us smile.
Meeting with Ferruccio de Bortoli and Antonio Ferrari quoted in “Altalena. Voices without filter ”by Antonio Ferrari, preface by Sergio Romano
A room where you can read, write, tell stories of people between food and wine.
Seats: from 40 to 50
The quotations from Rigolo
There are books that, through food and wine, tell of stories of men and women, of loves, passions, disappointments, encounters and countries.
We have selected a few here that you can find to browse in the Rigolettore room.
The secret ingredients of Nicolas Barreau's love
The words of the land by Luigi Veronelli and Pablo Echaurren
Wine with wine by Mario Soldati
Kamila Shamsie salt and saffron
Italian potato eaters by David Gentilcore
At the tip of Bee Wilson's fork
Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto
The talent of the cook by Martin Suter
The wine and the divine by Jean Robert Pitte
Amy Bratley's Love, Sugar and Cinnamon
Alice Toklas's Baudelaire biscuits
Something I've never cooked before by Maryline Desbiolles
Sentimental Biography of the Oyster by Mary K. Fisher
Chocolat by Joanne Harris
The hunger of women by Marosia Castaldi
Newton's Chicken by Massimiano Bucchi
The taster of Giuseppina Torregrossa
It all starts and ends at Benjamin Alire Saenz's Kentucky club
Sweet as Laura Esquivel's chocolate
The Tenderest Part of Ruth Reichl
A drizzle of Simonetta Agnello Hornby's oil
The Pedant in the Kitchen by Julian Barnes
Ford Jamie's Forbidden Ginger Taste
Gabriella carnation and cinnamon by Jorge Amado