FOR MORE LISTINGS VISIT WWW.WHEREITALIA.COM/TURIN Catullo, the ideal place for a romantic fish dinner Every day at Catullo, located just a short distance from Parco del Valentino, the carefree, welcoming atmosphere of Southern Italy takes centre stage. Inside, in its contemporary dining space where elements in iron, glass and wood interact with brightly- coloured ceramics from Ischia, customers can sample a wide selection of antipasti, starters and main courses featuring the best of surf and turf, with a particular focus on fish- based dishes of Mediterranean inspiration. The ingredients, selected on a seasonal basis, are used to create pasta specialties ranging from the great classics like “Spaghetti alle vongole” or “Chitarrucce with lobster”, to more creative dishes resulting from the meeting of Northern and Southern Italian influences, including “Linguine in Crosta alla Catullo with seafood and porcini mushrooms” or “Black ravioli with red Mazara del Vallo shrimp and Pachino cherry tomatoes”. The restaurant also caters to the tastes of meat lovers with main courses that include more elaborate dishes like “Bison Rib Eye with a reduction of Nebbiolo” and “Ratte potatoes, braised veal cheek with celeriac rice” and mouth-watering grilled meats. Catullo also boasts a rich selection of Neapolitan pizzas baked according to tradition in a woodfired oven. Diners in the mood for romance can book a table in the restaurant's outdoor area with windows overlooking the Po river and the illuminated Isabella Bridge, which connects the river's two banks (www.ristorantecatullo.com). 29 www. wheretraveler. c om
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