Rosticceria Italiano Monteverdi is found at the same High Street, Sai Ying Pun location as Trattoria Caffe Monteverdi but, while the same commitment to the highest quality Italian cuisine and hospitality is maintained, the emphasis is slightly different. A rosticceria is an Italian rotisserie or a shop that sells cooked meat, and now here in Hong Kong you can either dine in on dishes with a carnivorous bent or peruse the deli and take home house-made and imported products for you to prepare yourself!
Take a look at Rosticceria Italianio Monteverdi’s special set dinners!
Thanks to Rosticceria Italiano Monteverdi, the traditional Italian deli experience has come to Hong Kong. At this Sai Ying Pun restaurant and deli, attached to the casual trattoria-style restaurant run by the same group of committed Italophilic foodies, you can dine in on fantastic antipasti platters (the antipasto misto or charcuterie here is a must), pasta and risotto, and meaty main courses. You can also take selected ingredients home with you for you to attempt to emulate the professional Italian cookery at work here in your tiny apartment. Good luck!
For instance, Rosticceria Italiano Monteverdi sells the dry wheat Gragnano pasta that it uses in some of its superlative pasta dishes, but not before you’ve tried some complimentary finger foods and a wealth of cheese and meat based dishes like the polenta with Castelmagno cheese fondue or the signature calf cheeks braised with red cabbage and mixed vegetables. Simply put, with the addition of Rosticceria Italiano Monteverdi to Sai Ying Pun’s restaurant scene it could be that the area around High Street is becoming Hong Kong’s very own Little Italy.