It’s no secret that delicious food needs nothing more than good quality ingredients. It’s why the original Italian dishes you find at Dipasquale are made from ingredients supplied by family and small businesses that stick to traditional ways. Many of the products have the official Slow Food seal or meet the DOC/DOP quality Italian standards. Choose to stay and savour some wholesome antipasti with piadine (Italian flatbread) or get yourself some sausage, cheese, sauces, sweets, oil, and wine to go. Did we mention the divine Italian coffee?
Following the founder of the Slow Food movement, Carlo Petrini’s edict that “good food is a human right,” Dipasquale only partners with manufacturers who value the origin, quality, and processing of their products. The team personally visited all the manufacturers, choosing to work with those that use natural ingredients that are processed in a traditional and sustainable way and sold at a fair price.
There’s Agrobiologica Calaforno with an almost 300-year-old olive grove in the middle of the Sicilian mountains near Ragusa run by the Angelica family for generations. Or Mulino Marino "stone-ground flour" from almost forgotten types of organically farmed grain.