Whether by grilling or barbecuing, the art of cooking with fire is trending more and more, not just in the rustic context of the kitchen, but in the world of gourmet cuisine as well. The difference between the two techniques is detailed in this article published on the food channel of Corriere della Sera, which also explains that a smoky aroma can be infused not just in meat and fish, but also in pizza, pasta, vegetables, vegetarian food such as tofu and even desserts.
There is a mysterious charm in grilling: it’s an elementary way of cooking, apparently over 127,000 years old, but cool today even among gourmet chefs. Here at Rampoldi we have understood this trend and our chef Antonio Salvatore has inaugurated his luxury grill with a dedicated menu. He was bewitched – as you will be – by the ancient bond between mankind and fire, the delectable aroma that emanates from the embers, the amazing taste of the meat.
Monte Carlo and sport, a match that never let you down. Obviously the Grand Prix and the Master Tennis would come to mind when you think of peak events, but the Principality’s pearl is a world-class destination when it comes to riding competitions as well. From June 23rd to 25th, the Jumping International brought together […]
The dream of thousands of Formula One enthusiasts? Sitting around a set table while in the company of their favourite pilots, getting to experience once again the thrill of the race, adrenaline still running through their veins.
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most impressive races since it takes place in the streets of the Principality. Our restaurant enjoys a privileged location to experience the event directly from its very heart.
Chef Antonio Salvatore has created a special menu for the two days prior to the race: a gourmet itinerary ranging from Rampoldi’s must-have creations to make you taste the sophisticated raw materials and their genial combinations.
Monaco is world-renowned for its culture and the Monte Carlo Opera has always been an unmissable artistic event. The 2017-2018 season of the Principality is expected to be rich in stars such as Roberto Alagna and Cecilia Bartoli. For lyrical enthusiasts, the first date to be recorded on the calendar is September 21st, with the inaugural gal
Gilles Pudlowski, a renowned French journalist, writer and gastronomic critic, wrote about the new era of our restaurant on his blog Les pieds dans le plat. Architectural lifting, the creativity of young chef Antonio Salvatore with his fresh seasonal suggestions and the private club: a mix of perfect ingredients to be the protagonists of the monegasque food and wine scene.