We have finally come up with the final itinerary for our culinary tour of Emilia Romagna – we have meticulously put together a variety of experiences focused on the most famous products this region, Italy’s culinary capital.
Emilia Romagna, the culinary capital of Italy where Prosciutto, Parmigiano, Culatello and many other Italian delicacies originate from – the home of Fettuccine alla Bolognese and Tortellini in Brodo.
Trois Mec is the brainchild of French Chef Ludovic “Ludo” Lefebvre a classically trained chef who studied under such culinary masters as Pierre Gagnaire, Marc Meneau and Alain Passard. Chef Ludo left the world of haute cuisine and moved to Los Angeles where he made a name for himself with his Pop-up restaurant concepts which were quite popular several years ago throughout the city.
Besides being named one of the top ten most livable cities in the world, Kyoto is also a major center of culinary delights offering a variety of opportunities to not only try traditional Japanese cuisine but also experiment with some of the most creative and bold fusion restaurants anywhere in the world.
… but should you have the opportunity, you are in for one of the most exquisite and delightful culinary experiences that one can find in Rome – though in this case you will have to do some serious Google Mapping to find this place since it is in the outskirts of Rome. Less than an hour west, towards the sea and not more than an hour from downtown Rome, the trip is easily made by car or taxi.
I have never been a fan of celebrity chefs.
Inevitably, every time I have gone to one of their famed establishments, it has been a bitter disappointment.