Massimo Bottura to return to W Dubai restaurant for one-day event

The celebrity chef will create some of his most popular dishes

The menu is finished off with a panettone soufflé
The menu is finished off with a panettone soufflé

Celebrity chef Massimo Bottura is set to return to his Torno Subito restaurant at W Dubai – The Palm for a one-day menu serving.

Bottura will serve an eight-course menu consisting of traditional Italian food on December 28.

The signature hotel restaurant will welcome its creator to serve a variety of dishes inspired by his childhood and his country.

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The menu will include pumpkin panzanella, seabass carpaccio, fruit and vegetable salad with black caviar, Torno Subito Focaccia served stracciatella cheese apple mustard and beef bresaola ; risotto made with turnip tops, mascarpone and smoked sardines and Modena ribs, glazed with sweet balsamic vinegar and smoked cauliflower. Following these dishes will be his famous lasagna.

The menu is finished off with a panettone soufflé, complete with ice cream and crispy lentils.

Running from 7:30pm onward, the one-day-only menu will be priced at AED 600 per person or AED 775 with three glasses of wine.

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