I am Massimo. I come from Sassari, a little city in the North of Sardinia Island. My girlfriend Daniela comes from Sardinia too, but from a Alguer, an ancient Catalan colony. We are young and really in love with our traditions and we really love all that are around food and cooking! We would like to share our traditions and our experiences through genuine and typical homemade dishes.
Estoy en mis 30
Pad Thai, Ramen, Uramaki, Pizza Burrata sbagliata (Bottega Baretti - Torino), Tajine di vitello con le prugne, Panadas, Pucce, etc etc
Como será la experiencia en casa de Massimo&Daniela
Absolutely fantastic experience! Authentic Sardinian meals with Mirto, Limoncello, Tiramisu, figs, and other delightful treats for the palate. Massimo and Daniela were extremely hospitable and fun to talk to. We highly recommend learning about Sardinia through this beautiful mix of flavors.
Provato per curiosità, il servizio è un'ottima alternativa ai ristoranti nelle grandi città, dove è più facile trovare fregature. Esperienza ottima grazie ai due ragazzi che ci hanno ospitati. Il menù ottimo, rispecchia a le foto di presentazione sul sito. Crema di zucca alla zenzero con calamaro scottato e vongole piccanti, tuorlo d’uovo fritto con cuore morbido con tortino di patate pecorino e menta su cialda di pecorino croccante, tiramisù. Oltre l'atmosfera familiare a fine cena abbiamo potuto assaggiare del mirto fatto in casa. Consigliato
We had a wonderful experience at Massimo’s apartment. Pity that we couldn’t meet Daniela as I expect she would have been equally as delightful as Massimo. He invited a colleague from work who shared valuable information about his hometown of Valencia and how to cook paella the correct way. Maximo went to a lot of trouble in preparing a fabulous meal with practically all ingredients from Sardinia, where he came from. The herbs were grown in his garden. The Primo had Sardinia cheese and cured meat hand delivered by Massimo together with Sardinia beer. It is evident that Massimo is passionate about food and cooking. He’s so knowledgeable about Sardinia and we enjoyed hearing about it so much that we plan to visit one day. The main course was a handmade I-forgot-the-name pastry dish on a bed of mashed asparagus prepared with tender loving care. It was delicious. It was followed by another main course which was a wonderful lasagna prepared with Sardinia cheese. Dessert was Tiramasu made without any lazy short-cuts as we do in Australia. Massimo separated the yolks from the whites of the eggs before combining each with the appropriate ingredients. We certainly did not expect such a wonderful and large meal after which we were provided with Sardinia home-made liquor with our coffee. All in all, a fabulous evening with an extremely generous host. WELL DONE MASSIMO!!!