The guide, completely free, evaluates the most popular places in the peninsula dividing them, depending on the price and type of restaurant, into four categories: menus over 120 Euros, menus up to 120 Euros, trattorias / taverns and ‘low cost’. The four distinct rankings, each made up of 50 clubs, were unveiled on Tuesday evening in live streaming, with a breathtaking countdown that recorded the boom in views on social media.
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There is no match in the category of the 50 highest budget restaurants, where the first position is occupied by the intangible Massimo Bottura, chef of the Osteria Francescana in Modena. The silver medal, however, is on the chest of Mauro Uliassi, chef and patron of the Uliassi restaurant a Senigallia (3 Michelin stars), as well as winner of the special ‘lunch of the year’ award 2021.
The town in the province of Ancona – famous all over the world for the Summer Jamboree Music Festival – confirms itself as the home of haute cuisine: just outside the top ten – in 13th place – it is in fact Moreno Cedroni, chef and owner of the Madonnina del pescatore (2 Michelin stars). A place that the same guide defines as “one of the most fascinating places in Senigallia, overlooking the sea and its velvet beach”.
Excellent placings for chefs from the Marche also in the second category, that of menus up to 120 Euros: in fact, at the 11th position we find the restaurant Andreina of Loreto (An), reign of the young chef Errico Recanati and her grandmother Andreina who – says the guide – “from 1959 to today, has never stopped delighting her guests”. It follows, in 36th place, Rapisarda House, in the historic center of Numana (An): the guide praises the cuisine signed by the landlord, the chef Alessandro Rapisarda, calling it “one of the most interesting cuisines in the region”. Nostrano grabs 42nd place, in Pesaro: here, the chef Stefano Ciotti he does not fail to highlight his Romagna origins in his dishes.
Among the trattorias / taverns, the 28th placeosteria Ophis, in the village of Offida: according to the guide, the restaurant, led by the chef Daniele Citeroni Maurizi, is “undoubtedly one of the excellences of central Italy”, because it is capable of combining traditional dishes with constant innovation.
In the ranking of ‘low cost’ restaurants, we find ourselves in third place Moreno Cedroni, this time with its creation Anikò, fish delicatessen and ideal place for a first approach to the famous ‘Italian susci’, created by the chef himself. Anikò is also in Senigallia, at the end of the pleasant walk that leads to Piazza Saffi. Finally, in 27th place, here is theAncient Soriano coffee, a San Benedetto del Tronto (Ap). “From the early hours of the morning until after dinner there is always a good reason to choose Caffè Soriano”, explains the guide. “The credit is due to the professionalism of the brothers Erminio and Carlo Giudici, who have been able to create a winning team”.
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