4 Courses of Italian That Are Good For Your Digestion

@ Capriccio Osteria & Bar

Editor's Pick
$80 per person

Amaro Montenegro and Capriccio Osteria are pairing up to demonstrate why Italians live a longer life on Thursday, 31 May. It appears the secret to livin' la dolce vita is to add a splash of bitterness.

Hosted on-site at Leichhardt's favourite Osteria - Capriccio Osteria & Bar, this special Partner Dinner Event is all about exploring and pushing your flavour palette.

"Designing the menu for this event pushed my creative limits as I had to think about what flavours and textures I could highlight, complement via the sharp and bitter notes of the Amaro," says Nicole Bampton, Head Chef at Capriccio Osteria.

Each course of the 4-course dinner will have a unique Amaro Montenegro cocktail pairing. This alone is quite unusual as the Italian liqueur has long been associated with being a digestif, especially good for healing stomach ailments.

Amaro Montenegro is a traditional amaro distilled in Bologna, Italy. It is made from a secret blend of 40 botanicals, including vanilla and orange peels. The Amaro was first produced by Stanislao Cobianchi in 1885, named after Princess Elena of Montenegro.

Scallop crudo with citrus

Cocoa Tagliatelle with venison ragù

Wood-fired orange duck
with cinnamon poached quince
& parsnip

Creme brûlée with
caramelised pineapple

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