Buccelli’s osteria dishes are specific to the evenings, whilst incorporating some of the café’s most popular introductions, the tagliere (cured meat and cheese board).
For an osteria there is a set menu, at a set price,
where you get a Tagliere (starter),
a Primo (pasta dish) and a Dolce (dessert).
There are vegetarian options and a menu ‘alla carta’ too.
WHAT IS AN OSTERIA?
An Osteria originated in Italy as a place for serving wine and simple, yet filling dishes of food to its clientele.
The dishes are often served to shared tables, encouraging the diners to share the food, wine and other drinks.
Traditionally, they are family owned, casual, rustic neighbourhood restaurants and usually have no menu.
The offering changes daily, according to the market and two or three courses are offered for a fixed price.
The concept of an Osteria is a powerful and unique piece of Italian history and heritage.