Bergamo’s beautiful upper town, the Città Alta (pictured above), is a magical place well worth visiting. Use this website to help you plan your trip to Bergamo in Northern Italy and find your way to some of the other lovely towns and villages in Lombardia that are perhaps less well known to tourists.


Bergamo’s casoncelli go international

Casoncelli 'Spaghetti House' style
A variation of Bergamo’s local dish, casoncelli alla bergamasca, is currently being enjoyed in London by diners at Spaghetti House restaurants.
Spaghetti Houses are including casoncelli under ‘la pasta artigianale e risotti’ section of their menu.
The casoncelli are described as half moon pasta filled with parmesan, pear, amaretti, beef and pork, tossed with cavolo nero -- a dark-leafed Tuscan cabbage -- and sausage.
It is a tasty version of Bergamo’s traditional dish, providing customers with hearty, warming food in London this autumn.
Spaghetti House restaurants have been serving traditional Italian food since 1955, when the first restaurant was opened in Goodge Street .
Although there are now 11 restaurants throughout London, Spaghetti House is still a privately owned, family run company.
For futher information about Spaghetti House restaurants visit www.spaghettihouse.co.uk

(Picture shows the Spaghetti House in St Martin’s Lane in west London, which is next door to the English National Opera.)


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