Torno Subito at W Dubai The Palm launches daily aperitivo

Diners at the concept by Massimo Bottura can enjoy two signature cocktails and five bites

Torno Subito
Torno Subito

Guests at the Dubai concept from one of the world’s best chefs can now enjoy a daily aperitivo deal.

Massimo Bottura’s Torno Subito at W Dubai The Palm can get two signature cocktails plus five bites from the kitchen for AED125 per person.

The deal runs from 6pm to 8pm each day at Bottura’s only restaurant outside of Italy and a sister restaurant to his Osteria Francescana concept which topped the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list and has three Michelin stars.

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Bottura aims to recreate his childhood summers in Rimini with the concept and guests can choose from classic cocktails including Modena spritz, amarcord, aperol spritz, negroni, and Americano.

Caterer Middle East previously interviewed Bottura about Torno Subito, which you can read here.

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