Eating in Italy is not simply a nutritional act but a ritual in which the family and closest friends gather to enjoy around a table the gastronomy that unites them. In order to enjoy this act as an authentic Italian, you must know a series of rules and regulations that will make our evening an unforgettable experience.
When we sit at an Italian table we must bear in mind that all food is eaten with cutlery and that, unlike in other countries, dipping the bread in the sauce is not a gesture of bad manners. This act is called "fare la scarpetta" and is like a "tribute" to the chef.
When eating pasta we must also be careful because spaghetti is never cut and you can not help a spoon to roll them, you can only use the fork.
Finally, it is very important to rely on the restaurateur's advice and the qualities of his food as he will recommend the best of his menu.
In Da Bruno we will serve you as in Italy and we will make you live this Mediterranean ritual in which food, family and friendship are intertwined in a perfect mixture.