La Tavolata Zum Grobe from Sardenia Capos to ZURICH
The coolest Capo, Giovanni Melis, gave me my first sponsoring of 2018 to 2020 of ZURICH Switzerland and the loveliest Tuna pictured above I have EVER eaten...he promises to take time in his busy schedule perhaps Monday to give me cooking lessons, yet since Albert loves to cook I can always give these lessons at the restaurant located at Stussihofstatt 16 in the coolest section of Zurich in the old historical alleys opposite the Monkey Bar.
"The entire menu is Sardenian and basically as most people do, we love our homeland. I finally have a chance to do private cooking lessons in a person's home, or here privately upstairs at the kitchen in the restaurant. All you have to do is let me know a day ahead of the appointment and I can help you out. And yes that is something I love to do. Love it. The amount of 120.00 per person is great 4 hours and 1 person to 12 people can do the event. Any Sardenian type of menu. I'm yours!" jokes Giovanni. https://www.facebook.com/latavolatazumgrobeernst/
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La Tavolata Zum Grobe, Sardenia fare
It has provincial charm and a much sophisticated Capo, Giovanni, who "I have been many places working, Paris, London, you know the elite places, and since I grew up in Sardinia and left at the age of 15, the world seemed a big place. I made Zurich my home since it really has everything. The people that live here are international and cosmopolitan and they appreciate authentic high quality cuisine. I hope that they find it here. After 25 years of learning the craft of cooking, I am finally happy with my boutique Sardinian restaurant. I can introduce the culture of the country with the food and my entire team is from Sardinia. As you can see they are crazy, fun and friendly. And I understand that you love Vermentino?" he jokes as he gives me my 3rd glass.Why yes...I do.
Alright we can talk about Sardenian Cooking all night, yet the taste and pictures tell it best, especially with the happy giving team of Giovanni, Gian Franco and of course Carlo!
Some of the traditional dishes of Sardenia, which, "has it's own language, not dialect, and if you travel to Sardenia please say you love the language if you say they have slang or dialect you will offend them!" says the team of La Tavolata in Zurich.