Ristorante Al Borgo

Valentines Day

SAN VALENTINO - La festa degli innamorati
music accompaniment of "I Coral"

italian Valentine's Day at Vienna

Greetings from the kitchen

Insalata tiepida di gamberi, finocchio, fragole e frutto della passione
Lukewarm Salad of shrimps, fennel, strawberries and passion fruit


Tagliata d´anatra con salsa di lamponi e pure al prezzemolo
Slices duck breast with raspberry sauce and mashed potatoes with parsley

Risotto con crema di topinambur e tartufo nero
Risotto with Topinambur and black truffle

Ombrina con carote viola, foglie d´oro, crema di cavolo e melanzane mousse
Fried eagle fish with purple carrots, golden leaves, red cabbage cream and eggplant mousse


Medaglioni di manzo marinato al jack Daniel Whisky con salsa fumé e millefoglie di patate
Beef medallions marinated with Jack Daniel, smoky sauce and Potato tower

You and Me - Mousse al cioccolato con salsa di barbabietola rossa e fragole e Mousse di cioccolato bianco con salsa di zucca e frutto della passione
You and Me - Chocolate mousse with red beet-strawberries sauce and white chocolate mousse with pumpkin-passion fruit sauce

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The history of Valentines Day

Al Borgo Valentinstag

On Valentine's Day we celebrate one of the most popular saints in the world! you know him as patron saint of lovers, but who was St. Valentine?

Valentino from Interamna was bishop and a Christian martyr from the town of Terni. He became bishop in 197 after converting to Christianity. Historical sources report that in 270, while Valentino was in Rome to preach the Gospel and to convert the heathen, the emperor Claudius II invited him to the ritual of the "blessing of the spouses' conduct. He refused brave and remained faithful his Christian principles. His popularity soared in the population. The Emperor could not tolerate this and let him pass by Roman soldiers, away from prying eyes, to bring him out of town. No one knows with certainty whether it was 270 or 273 when he was beheaded. His remains rest in a glass case on the hill to the Basilica of Terni with the inscription "San Valentino - patron saint of love."