This discreet Modena restaurant provides an Emilia Romagna quality of produce and service. And it opens on Sundays.
The old saying is that 'the best goods often come in small packages' and La Cucina del Museo is proof of that aphorism.
Successful experimentation with ingredients is a staple of the house, but here, this is not for the sake of meddling with a lab experiment. The tastes are a delight.
Trust the maitre'd to guide you, she was brilliant with her suggestions, offerings and selections.
The local wine choice, a blend of Barbera and Bonarda was great, and the Gutturnio we drank was, we think, the first wine to attain the DOC official approval back in 1967.
You don't need to know your foods or wines to eat here, as this sensible and quality restaurant restaurant has done all the work.
In modern language - ENJOY. However, this deserves a more adequate use of language.
This is a delightful restaurant, with an attractive, unhurried, but very attentive approach to true style Italian 'Modenese' dining.
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