If you search for the best restaurants in Nomad or in any other part of the world, chances are, one of those included in the list will specialize in Italian cuisine. After all, Italian food has built a reputation as one of the best in the global culinary scene. That being said, in the rest of this post, we will have a round up of some of the best Italian restaurants that globetrotting foodies should check out. To make it fair, we are excluding restaurants in Italy.
Scarpetta, New York
A multi-awarded Italian restaurant in NYC, Scarpetta has been once nominated at James Beard for the Best New Restaurant in America. Launched in the Meatpacking District in New York, it now has several branches in other parts of the United States. The restaurant aims to introduce bold flavors while using seasonal ingredients. They have an understated and elegant approach in the restaurant. Some of their bestsellers are the tomato basil spaghetti, beet mezzaluna, cauliflower Romanesco, veal tenderloin, and roasted Muscovy duck.
Pasta Loco, Bristol
If you ever find yourself in England craving for an Italian pasta, one of the best places to check put is Pasta Loco in Bristol. It was named by Olive Magazine as one of the best Italian restaurants in 2018. No wonder, it will take almost two months before you can finally book a table if you plan to eat there over the weekend. The linguini carbonara and crispy pork belly are two of the best items to try on their menu. Do not also forget to have a sip of their infamous Negroni.
Era Ora, Copenhagen
This 2018, Era Ora has been awarded a Michelin-star for 22 years in a row, which is why it is no longer surprising that this Italian restaurant is on the bucket list of many travelers headed to Denmark. It uses only the best ingredients from Italy and also has a diverse wine list from Europe. More than the food, the elegant feel and relaxed ambiance also make the restaurant a stand out.
The River Café, London
Being around since 1987, this is one of the most iconic Italian restaurants in the London dining scene. The prices are steep, but diners are happy to know that the portions are quite generous, making it worth the splurge. Their menu changes from season to season, so there is something new to tickle your taste buds in every visit.
Otto e Mezzo, Hong Kong
In a city with a bustling restaurant industry, Otto e Mezzo stands out, especially for those who are looking for a taste of Italy. In 2011, it was awarded three Michelin stars. It is the only Italian restaurant outside Italy with a such a recognition. It also has branches in Macau and Shanghai.
Indeed, the best Italian foods can be enjoyed not only when you are in the heart of Italy. Whether you are in Asia or America, or in any other part of the world, there is a place where you can get an authentic and filling Italian meal!