2013-12-19 09:26:20 - Certo has got something special up their sleeves this January, as new Head Chef Alessandro Esposito takes over Certo’s kitchen and has gone wild on creating various meat and seafood delicacies a la brasato and sous-vide style.
Both, brasato and sous-vide, are popular cooking methods in Italy that vary in style and preparation within the different regions and are great traditions of stewing and braising meat. These methods are part of the popular “Cucina Povera”, a concept that is about making great food with simple, yet high quality, and available ingredients.
The name brasato derives from brace, or the hot coals over which it was traditionally cooked. Brasato is made with large cuts of meat or seafood that has been marinated with aromatic herbs and spices and lends themselves to slow cooking while it gradually stews over a long period of time.
Sous-vide is a cooking method that uses concentrates on cook food over long periods in
hot water, low and slow, resulting in some of the most succulent and tender meat you've ever tasted.
With Chef Alessandro’s skills and culinary expertise, Certo is all set for a fresh and exciting start into the near year.
This promotion is available during dinner only from 19th to 31st of January 2014.
Like the great Italian family kitchen, this vibrant, bustling designed restaurant reflects the mood of the moment. From open and relaxed at lunch to vibrant and intimate at dinner, the award winning Certo Restaurant offers authentic, modern cooking inspired by classic Italian cuisine. Using only the freshest seasonal ingredients, at Certo cooking is a passion for robust and hearty flavor.
Certo - the best of the best: simply and authentically prepared.
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