Ristorante Al Borgo

Settimana Emilia Romagna - Emilian Week

our highlights for the Settimana Emilia Romagna

in addition to our a la carte menu


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Emilia Romagna

about Emilia Romagna region

Nestled between the Apennines and the Adriatic Sea is Emilia-Romagna, a region with a rich natural, cultural and gastronomic heritage, characterized by a unique diversity.

In addition to historic cities such as Bologna and Parma, the impressive mosaics in Ravenna and the beautiful beaches of Rimini, Emilia-Romagna offers a rich diversity of culture, art, gastronomy and natural experiences. One of the most famous delicacies is Parmigiano Reggiano, a delicious hard cheese with an intense flavor and a granular texture. Aceto Balsamico di Modena, an aromatic balsamic vinegar, is another culinary gem often used on salads, cheese or even ice cream.

Emilia-Romagna is also famous for its meat products: Prosciutto di Parma, an air-dried ham of the highest quality, Mortadella, a spicy pink sausage, Salame di Felino and Culatello di Zibello. The region is home to the famous tortellini, stuffed pastries filled with meat, cheese or vegetables and served with a delicious sauce.
Another culinary highlight of Emilia-Romagna is pasta. The traditional Lasagna alla Bolognese with a hearty meat sauce and the Tagliatelle al Ragù, a wide tagliatelle with a delicious meat sauce, are absolute classics.

One of the region's most famous wines is Lambrusco, both the name of the grape and the red wine made from it. The history of wine dates back centuries when the Etruscans cultivated the vine in the Emilian part of the region.

However, Emilia Romagna also stands for highly developed technology (Ferrari from Modena) and exclusive fashion (Max Mara, La Perla, Giorgio Armani).