The thread of wisdom:
“let your heart choose the goal, and reason to seek the way.”
“BUDDHA SOUL RESTO'”
Stop here if you want. mine is an invitation to stay in contact with your soul and enjoy a regenerating lunch or dinner that will make you relax and experience those emotions that i have experienced in my trips to India, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia … in that orient made of original spices and tastes that have endless possibilities, especially if combined with our western curiosity. mine is pure sharing of the charm of knowing and recognizing yourself by looking in the eyes and maybe exchanging two chalks before a good meal.
“Sammasati” is the most frequent invitation that Gautama the Buddha loved to address to his disciples: “remember that you are awakened !!”.
Buddha Soul Remained in his small way tries to awaken your palate through the thousand aromas of Indian cuisine with his most representative dish “THE THALI”, which echoes all the colors of this magical land, “THE SUSHI” revisiting some rolls with fresh fish products, including local ones, crowned with delicious tartare that give rise to elegant cream puffs only as Japanese cuisine can express and finally the PAD-THAI gourmet typical Thai dish, original and complete based on rice noodles, vegetables from the garden, chicken and shrimp nuggets.
The “Chef” tries to balance spices and chilly in order to meet a cosmopolitan clientele (local and not), without however betraying the daring spirit of oriental cuisine with its unique combinations of vegetables, oil seeds, countless masalas, curries and sauces from strong or more delicate flavor
As a researcher of “taste” I also propose recipes revisited with local organic produce and vegetables at KM0 from our beloved islands of Sant’Erasmo and Vignole, rather than from the gardens of Malamocco on the Lido of Venice.
For the natural completion of my sharing, I could not neglect recipes to meet the needs and appreciation of our vegetarians, vegans and celiacs.
The combination we propose is essentially with craft beers from local and non-local microbreweries or with natural, biodynamic and organic wines.