Rosada dal 1926

Rosada dal 1926

www.rosadadal1926.it

A stone’s throw from Porta Nuova station, Rosada has been synonymous with excellent gastronomy for decades. Mauro Rosada, the current owner, is generous with his advice and tells customers about the most typical recipes, such as the corned tongue and the numerous sauces that go with it, and the stuffed guinea fowl. The feather in the shop’s cap is its insalata russa, or Russian salad, prepared according to an old recipe, not to mention its many pâtés. Moving on to fish dishes, breaded anchovies, sarde in saor (marinated sardines) and baccalà (salt cod) are almost always available. Also worthy of mention are the tasty chicken medallions in aspic stuffed with ham mousse. Summer specialities include lasagne with fresh tomato and mozzarella, perfect served warm. Here we have mentioned only a few of the 40 or so specialities that come from the efficient kitchen next door to the shop. You’ll also find a fine selection of Italian and foreign cheeses (Delice de Bourgogne, seirass di capra (goat’s ricotta), primosale di Cocconato), and cured meats such as the super-fresh ciauscolo from the Marche, which Rosada recommends served simply with a slice of toasted bread.
Closed on Sunday and Monday.