Food lovers can now learn the principles of Italian cuisine preparation – most of which are not widely known or are commonly misinterpreted.
Classes will be held at the restaurant, which is located at Souk al Manzil, Old Town, on Mondays and Saturdays, from 9 am to 12 pm. Each session will enroll no more than 10 students at a time, to ensure everyone gets personal attention from the chef and a chance to observe the correct cooking style and be able to replicate the dish of the day in their own homes.
Marco Pucciarelli, Executive Chef, Marzano, says:
“Italian food has universal appeal and we would like to involve people in the preparation process so they have a better understanding of what they are eating. This is our way of extending the wholesome Marzano experience beyond our kitchens and into the homes of our loyal customers.”
The already popular eatery recently opened doors at Dubai’s trendiest locale to offer the city’s residents a taste of Italian goodness closer to home. The menu consists of various authentic choices of antipasti to traditional thin crust pizzas, selection of homemade pastas, a fine range of grills and decadent desserts.
Marzano is operated by Jordana Restaurants, a company dedicated to fine cuisine especially known for bringing PizzaExpress, the UK’s most popular pizza chain to Dubai. Also under its wing is Mirchi, a festive Indian restaurant.
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