24 MO­TOR­BIKES & FOOD

All About Italy (USA) - - Editorial - Ilona Catani Scar­lett

Du­cati, af­ter the Du­cati Caffè are al­ready present in Rome and Seoul, keeps on the same road open­ing in via Stal­in­grado in Bologna the Scram­bler Du­cati Food Fac­tory, a restau­rant that com­bines the tra­di­tion of the Du­cati brand with the one of the typ­i­cal cui­sine from Emilia Ro­magna. In­spired by the free, cre­ative and youth­ful spirit of the Scram­bler Du­cati mo­tor­cy­cle, the es­tab­lish­ment shares with it the same phi­los­o­phy and the same at­mos­phere. It is a restau­rant where to meet, so­cial­ize, do busi­ness all with the free spirit of those who feel Scram­bler.

Even in the kitchen “Scram­bler Du­cati Food Fac­tory” aims to put bring cre­ativ­ity to taste . The clas­sic piz­zas are pre­sented along­side with the most orig­i­nal ones, but all nat­u­rally leav­ened with sour dough and en­riched by gen­uine Ital­ian peeled toma­toes, cheeses and other ex­cel­lent raw ma­te­ri­als. The same in­gre­di­ents are used also for the piz­zas to share: for a min­i­mum 2 peo­ple, rec­tan­gu­lar piz­zas served al­ready cut on a wooden board - pala – and sea­soned with up to two dif­fer­ent fla­vors. The tra­di­tional pi­ad­ina is pre­pared with home­made dough and is stuffed with ex­cel­lent Ital­ian cold cuts and cheeses. High qual­ity in­gre­di­ents from the best lo­cal sup­pli­ers are used to pre­pare and re­dis­cover typ­i­cal dishes from Bologna, in­clud­ing fresh hand­made pasta. Scram­bler Du­cati Food Fac­tory is lo­cated in a re­fur­bished gas sta­tion, and there are ru­mors that a street art project will soon be launched for the ex­te­rior walls.

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