Michelin starred Chef Michelino Gioia relishes the bountiful produce of Italy giving individual ingredients due respect, allowing each to stride across your palate with pride.
Every morning fishermen present their catch at the kitchen door, lamb arrives from Tuscany,T Bone steaks from Chianina and Chef Gioia grazes the gardens for Mediterranean herbs. He will order in some of his favourite ingredients; pigeon, oyster, red mullet, blu lobster and shrimps; all will appear on the menu in gastronomic form.
New dishes to anticipate on Il Pellicano’s menu will include scallops created with pork crackling, creamed potatoes, apple sauce and red wine; ravioli filled with tomatoes, burrata cream and raw red shrimp; and turbot with stuffed endive and anchovy souce.
After dinner a stylish trolley rolls out with slabs of velvety chocolate to be casually chiseled.
Piano music drifts through the night air brushing elegant shoulders in evening dress, the moon rises into an impossibly large orange orb, fishermen’s lights flicker on the inky bay below seeking out something fresh for the morrow.
Important note: Please note we had to reduce the number of tables for both lunch and dinner, in compliance with the current anti-Covid measures. We suggest you to make a reservation in order to secure your table. A casual-elegant dress code is recommended at both restaurants.