The typical cuisine of Emilia Romagna and the Lidi Ferraresi directly on the campsite.
Enjoy the typical dishes and menus in the Vigna sul Mar restaurant and make your holidays even more gastronomic!
We at Vigna sul Mar Camping Village believe so much in traditions!
For this reason, in our camping restaurant you will find, every day, a wide choice of dishes and specialties of the Emilia Romagna and Lidi Ferraresi cuisine, to be savored with the eyes and the heart!
Emilia Romagna is the home of tasty fresh homemade pasta: tortellini, lasagne, tagliatelle. To accompany them, the classic Bolognese sauce, prepared with a few, simple and tasty ingredients: tomato, mixed minced meat, onion, carrots and celery, all subjected to a long and slow cooking (even of 4 hours) to preserve the maximum taste and flavors.
From the maritime soul of the Ferrara shores, the typical cuisine inherits the dishes based on fresh fish and all the preparations based on eel, the "Queen" of the Comacchio Valleys.
From the Ferrara tradition, on the other hand, the Lidi Ferraresi inherited the passion for bread, with the characteristic "Coppia Ferrarese".
Here are some of the typical dishes of Emilia Romagna and the Lidi Ferraresi that you will find at Vigna sul Mar Camping Village:
- Spaghetti bolognese
- Lilies with sausage ragout and pecorino flakes
- Tortellini with cream and ham
- Tagliatelle with sausage ragout
- Fish tortellini with shellfish cream
- Bolognese Cutlet
- Mixed grilled meats
Some interesting facts about the typical dishes of the Emilia Romagna and Lidi Ferraresi cuisine:
- It is said that the shape of tortellini is a reproduction of the navel of the Goddess Venus, the Goddess of Love, created by a host who was struck by her soft forms;
- Cotoletta alla Bolognese, prepared with veal and flavored with ham and meat broth, is a very ancient dish, already present at the banquets of the early seventeenth century;
- In 1982 the Italian Academy of Cuisine of Bologna deposited the official recipes of Bolognese ragù at the Chamber of Commerce of the Emilian capital.