L'Orcio

L'Orcio: Alison De Renzi and Best Chef Francesco d'Amuri. (May 1, 2012)

1) Francesco d'Amuri, L'Orcio

There's an Italian proverb of which Francesco d'Amuri is very fond. So fond, in fact, that it can be found on the website of his restaurant, l'Orcio. The proverb? “Troppe salse vivande false,” or, “too many sauces, insincere food.” D'Amuri's committed to creating simple Italian dishes that reflect the rich culinary histories of Italy's many regions. Whether it's house made pasta with a wild boar ragu, or oven-roasted sea bass, Francesco d'Amuri brings his native Italian training (he began his career in the northern resort town of Rimini while still a teenager) to the table, creating thoughtful, contemporary fare.

lorcio.com

View L'Orcio's Restaurant Page on CT.com Places

806 State St.
New Haven
(203) 777-6670


2) Jean Pierre - Union League Cafe

unionleaguecafe.com

1032 Chapel Street #A
New Haven


3) Chef Silvio Suppa, Cafe Allegre

allegrecafe.com

725 Boston Post Road
Madison
(203) 245-7773

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