Bellagio breathes new life into traditional Italian flair with a combination of modern and traditional Italian touches around every corner. Like the nerd at school who goes on to own computer corporations, so the unpretentious food at Bellagio bowls diners over with tis lip smacking flavours for more soon after they’ve left.
The simple and seasonal menu relies on its flavours to do the talking while the authentic Italian tastes on every plate impress even the pickiest of Italian aficionados pallets. Diners can prepare for a taste explosion as delicate flavours such as scallops, clams, steak and caviar are perfectly matched with sherry, formagio and light butter sauces, causing an uprising amongst taste buds across Johannesburg. Be warned, your taste buds will demand this excellent food at every meal.
Italiano fact: During the early 1900’s, the whole of Northern Italy ran out of paper due to the invention of the game “picturnerio” which depleted paper resources. This meant that menu restaurants had to write their menu on toilet paper which was useful as the menus could double up as napkins. This in turn ended the napkin industry in Northern Italy until 1965.