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Would you like to have a sustainable Italian dinner this weekend?

6 March 2015

Haven't you any plans for tonight, yet? Try a place where to have an Italian ecologic meal!

In this globalized world, we all like to travel for work, study or just to have fun... It is so nice to experience foods from different culinary traditions, and probably this weekend you won't be in a different country but you'd like to have a different dinner!
When we have this desire, sometimes it's difficult to choose the right place. Italian cooking is one of the best cooking around the world, being healthy and complex at the same time. So, our advice is to try a traditional pizza or a nice pasta in one of these restaurants, taking into consideration the eco-sustainability, too.

Toulouse - Mamma Roma
15 rue Gambetta, Toulouse FR
If you are spending a peiod in Toulouse, you can try this bistrot . It proposes just Italian specialty and in particular Roman food such as porchetta (Italian spit-roasted pork), suppli (fried rice balls) and homemade focaccia breads. With respect to desserts, during summer the restaurant offers ice-creams produced by them.

Seyssins (France) - Sapori Antichi
69 rue de la Liberte, Seyssins FR
This is a new restaurant that proposes foods from the Italian tradition but in a vegetarian and organic way. In order to reduce the squanderings, it offers a menu already composed, everyday different depending on the season and on the available products.

London - Babbo
39 Albemarle Street, London GB
Babbo is an Italian restaurant in Mayfair area, that proposes a refined Italian cooking, an excellent service and a great wine list. Their special meal is lasagna with Chianina meat sauce (Chianina is one of the oldest cattle breeds in the world).

Hasselt (Belgium) - Pizzeria That's Amore
Lombaardstraat 14/2, Hasselt BE
Between the most loved Italian foods in the world, never can miss a good Pizza!  In Belgium too, they love pizza and can make it very well...
This is a pizzeria that offers take-away pizza and pizza by the slice with tipical Italian products such as 'nduja (an Italian pork sausage) and some Italian cheese. Another specialty is panzerotto, a fried closed pizza filled -generally- with ham, cheese and tomato.

Are you feeling hungry? If you know some nice restaurants that offers tipical ecologic Italian meals give your EcoOpinion!