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Just across from Sci­ence World, dis­cover a trio of wor­thy stal­warts. Cam­pag­nolo (page 74) cel­e­brates the best of North­ern Italy. Book in down­stairs for arancini, stroz­za­preti bolog­nese, or risotto with pro­sciutto that’s been butchered and cured in-house. But don’t miss the tucked-away bar up­stairs. A few steps north, set­tle in at Bodega on Main (page 73), a true Span­ish out­post, for tapas such as gar­lic prawns, grilled chorizo, fried cala­mari and much more, with a glass of Tem­pranillo. A few more steps lead to To­ra­fuku (page 74), which trans­lates to “lucky tiger” in Ja­panese. This buzz-wor­thy haunt epit­o­mizes the city’s vi­brant Asian fu­sion with tonguein-cheek plates such as The Don­ald, a char­grilled duck breast with shaved foie gras, and Find­ing Dory, a sake kasu–mar­i­nated hal­ibut. And don’t miss the tast­ing menu.

Dishes change sea­son­ally at Cam­pag­nolo, but the ag­nolotti with caramelized zuc­chini and ri­cotta fill­ing is a favourite

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