Bacaromi reopens at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice, a typical restaurant inspired by a Venetian bacaro where you can enjoy revisited dishes of traditional Venetian cuisine with a spectacular view of the Giudecca canal.
The tradition of the Serenissima is at the heart of Bacaromi, a place loved and frequented mainly by Venetians, as well as travelers and tourists looking for local experiences.
“We are pleased to welcome back Bacaromi’s many loyal customers and tourists visiting Venice” – said Massimiliano Perversi, General Manager of the Hilton Molino Stucky – “The link with the territory and its traditions is the basis of our work”.
The careful selection of fresh ingredients and prime products enhance the “sàor” of Venetian culinary art. The menu of Bacaromi, curated by Executive Chef Luca Nania, includes the combination of a wide selection of wines by the glass (ómbre or bianchéti) with small foods and snacks (cichéti) revisited in a contemporary key.
Among this year’s novelties at the restaurant, the rich mixed meat grill stands out, together with a varied choice of more complex preparations such as special risottos or other dishes strongly linked to the Venetian culinary tradition. In addition, the offer has also expanded with the Frittura di pesce misto con fantasia di verdure, the Trancio del pescatore al forno con pomodorini e olive taggiasche. All accompanied by a rich wine list, craft beer and a delicious selection of homemade desserts.
During the summer season, guests can enjoy the magnificent outdoor terrace of the restaurant, which overlooks the Venice’s Giudecca Canal and is made even more enchanting by the magical colors of the sunset.
The atmosphere you breathe as soon as you cross the threshold of Bacaromi is welcoming and inclusive. The furnishings with rustic yet refined materials and the mosaic floor of colored tiles have been designed to guarantee the restaurant’s guests a convivial and evocative experience, with a strictly Venetian flavor. The atmosphere is also warmed by the enveloping lighting with hanging lamps inspired by ancient handicrafts, each one different from the other, while the cast iron pillars as well as the walls with exposed bricks recall the glorious industrial past of Molino and the splendor of the Giudecca.