The typical menus of Romagna cuisine directly on the campsite!
Many typical regional dishes available every day in the restaurant of the International Italia Camping Village
For us, traditions and roots are important. For this reason, in our menus there is always a part dedicated to the dishes of Romagna cuisine, so you can discover the traditional flavors of Emilia Romagna directly at the Restaurant of the International Italia camping Village.
Between the embrace of the Apennines and the Adriatic Sea, Romagna offers a cuisine of land and sea, made of simple, tasty and genuine things. The maximum expression of the typical Romagna cuisine is only the "soups", the first courses, which celebrate the fresh homemade pasta, made with eggs and flour, pulled by a rolling pin from the "azdore", the traditional housewives, house managers, queens the hearth and the kitchen. And from their rolling pins many first courses take shape - tagliatelle, cappelletti, lasagne, strozzapreti - but also the very famous Romagna piadina, a real institution from Ravenna to Rimini.
Pork is the protagonist among the earthy ingredients, used for hams, salami, sausages and greaves. But Romagna is also a seafaring tradition: among the typical dishes, seafood also stands out, with fish soup and mixed fried food.
The winemaking tradition is also of great importance with a wide choice of wines that go perfectly with typical dishes: from Sangiovese to Albana, from Lambrusco to Trebbiano.
Some curiosities about the typical dishes of Romagna:
- The first to speak of the Piadina Romagnola was Virgil, in the seventh book of the Aeneid, writing about a thin disk which, once toasted, was divided into large squares;
- The cappelletti, in the collective imagination, symbolized wealth and opulence. Wishing “cappelletti on the table for a year” was one of the most recited wishes in the New Year's greeting rhymes;
- Fish broth was born as a poor dish of Adriatic fishermen, so as not to waste fish that are difficult to sell because they are too small or because they are considered not very valuable.