Shop D123 Building D, 1F, Hangzhou Tower Mall, Hangzhou
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Mercato Piccolo is Three on the Bund’s latest culinary project. Riding on the success of Mercato Shanghai, Mercato Piccolo, a brand extension concept of Mercato, opened its door at Hangzhou Tower Mall. It reflects the same rustic chic & farm to table spirit, while adapts to the shopping mall environment.
Mercato Piccolo embraces a “back to basics” approach to Italian cuisine. The best Italian cooking is noted for the simple, yet elegant preparation of quality ingredients. Highlights include amazing light-as-air pizzas, house made pastas, and incredible main dishes graced with the true flavor of Italy. Of course, simpler and lighter lunch selections are also available for the efficiency-seeking guests.
The space can be separated into two areas: dining area and bar lounge. The design reflects the essence of Mercato Shanghai, through the use of reclaimed wood and metal in key elements like the tables or partitions. Yet here the style is a little modernized, notably with the stone flooring, to bridge with the contemporary building hosting the restaurant. Here, cement and mosaic have been integrated to highlight certain areas like the bar or the lounge, which are more integrated yet independent from the restaurant. The restaurant’s warm farm-chic ambiance makes it a welcoming environment for casual or formal all-day dining, with family, friends or business partners. The generous terrace seating compliments the dining room and is ideal to enjoy alfresco dining.
The Mercato Piccolo Bar also features an original selection of cocktails like the signature Sicilian Margarita, Mercato Colada, Amaretto Martini or a fresh and bubbly Passionfruit Prosecco Infusion. A short but well thought selection of Italian, old and new world wines are available as well, making the Mercato Piccolo Bar the perfect spot to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail or late night drink.
Mercato Piccolo’s decidedly simple and understated approach represents a refreshing face to Hangzhou’s dining scene. The relaxed sophistication, addictive cuisine, and friendly, thoroughly unpretentious service paints a picture of Italian life as it should be experienced in its purest form.
An extension of the 3 Michelin Star venue (by the same name) in Hong Kong, Chef Bombana and Executive Chef Alan Yu create fantastic fine dining fare that will leave you both comforted and breathless.
Shanghai's most outrageously Italian Pizzeria, Bar & Ristorante located at 5 Dongping Rd just off Hengshan Rd in the former French concession area. D.O.C's head chef Stefano Pace has more than 30 years of global experience in the kitchen and has a string of award-winning restaurant openings behind him. ??Born in Melbourne, Australia, his strong Italian heritage gave Chef Stefano a real desire to bring the finest in authentic Italian and Mediterranean cuisine to the city. It was in Melbourne that he got his start as an apprentice in the prestigious Florentino’s. ?After a decade in the kitchens of Australia's best venues including Icebergs in Sydney and the Beach Hotel in Byron Bay, he then honed his cooking skills in Germany, Japan, India, Hong Kong and Rome, Italy, where he became Executive Chef at the Michelin Two-Star restaurant Gusto.
Neapolitan Chef Marco Santagata brings the best of Italian cuisine in Danieli’s New Dinner Menu. An endless variety of fresh ingredients, from the most exquisite salads and soups to sublimely prepared seafood, high quality meats and heavenly deserts. No matter what you look for in the perfect meal, it should never leave you indifferent. This philosophy stands at the core of Danieli’s recipes and is the focus of our new menu. Of course the classics cannot be discarded but by adding the concept of Love It or Hate It we ensure a lasting memory with our diners. Danieli’s new menu offers a wider variety of choices; specialties such as Italian style “tropical” salad with extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice, Neapolitan seafood soup, risotto with Porcini mushrooms, marinated langoustine and cocoa powder, Linguine pasta with fresh lobster in a seafood-tomato sauce, pan seared treasures from the sea - lobster, scallop, and seabass, grilled Australian beef tenderloin decorated with fresh mushrooms Carpaccio and rosemary. The new dinner menu serves at Danieli’s every Monday to Sunday from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. Danieli’s offers you simple and elegant Italian cuisine with classical and experimental high quality dishes inspired by the beautiful region of Naples. The menu is specially designed to encourage sharing and tasting of various dishes. Danieli’s is a perfect choice for a unique epicurean experience in a cozy atmosphere where you will receive a highly personalized treatment.
Hangzhou is one of the important tourism cities in China, famous for its natural beauty and historical and cultural heritages. Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang province. It is the political, economic and cultural center of the province as well. It is one of the 15 vice-provincial level cities in China. Hangzhou is located on the low reaches of Qiantang river in southeast China, with a distance of 180 kilometers to Shanghai. It is one of the key cities in the Yangzi Delta area. Hangzhou is of subtropical monsoon climate, with distinctive four seasons and mild atmosphere and favorable geographical positions and natural conditions. Hangzhou has 6 districts, 2 counties and 5 county-level municipalities under its jurisdiction. Hangzhou covers a total area of 16596 square kilometers, with a population of 6.08 million, including 683 square kilometers of city proper area and city population of 1.69 million people. Hangzhou is one of the cradles of Chinese civilization. The human being had lived and prospered in this land 4700 years ago, which is called "Liangzhu Culture". Hangzhou had once been the capitals of Wu and Yue kingdoms of Five Dynasties during the 10th Century and capital of Southern Song Dynasty during the 12-13th Century. It is one of the seven ancient Chinese capitals, famous for its historical and cultural heritages. The city has a history of more than 2200 years since it was established as a county by the First Emperor Qing.