Nabucco Ristorante – Furstenfelbruck Germany
Happy Saturday happy foodie friends,
Nabucco Ristorante in Furstenfeldbruck is truly a gem for anyone who happens to be lucky enough to walk in.
The genuine Italian flavors along with the heartwarming personalities of Antonio Di Gorga, his wife Francesca Licheri and their son Elesio they have established a top reputation for being one of the best eats in town!
I was lucky enough to eat here several days during my visit to the area and I marvel every time I sit down for a genuine Italian meal at the simplicity of many authentic Italian dishes but the powerful and wonderful flavors that are achieved.
Something as wonderful as bruschetta
Or something carefully prepared such as lasagna
The flavors and smells continued to please……
When the chef of the house (Antonio Di Gorga) puts on his chefs coat and asks with his Italian accent “what do you want to eat today” I just knew I was in for another treat!
Another great dish was a veal cutlet that was so scrumptious my mouth is watering just remembering it.
Topped with a rich sauce and fresh parmigiana and served with fresh vegetables cooked just right. I was saddened when the last bite was gone!
The great thing about a perfect Italian restaurant is whether you order something simple or something more complicated the result is the same…. Great flavors and aromas that fill your space and mouthwatering memories.
Fresh spaghetti with fresh fish……
Grilled calamari with penne.
Your choice of delectable traditional Italian desserts….. Or an Affogato- espresso with gelato…
Make plans if you are near Munich to get out to Furstenfeldbruck to try Nabucco!
And look for Antonio, Francesca or Alessio and let them warm your culinary heart and tempt your taste buds.
You Gotta Try This!
Posted on March 3, 2013, in expand your cultural taste buds, Food glorious food from the heart and soul, gems outside Vancouver, Uncategorized, Wanderlust - travel and tagged authentic Italiano, Heart warming Italian food in Furstenfelbruck Germany. Italian gem in Germany. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.