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- MAIN COURSE : Real Italian  Pasta from a la carte lunch menu 


DESSERT: Mini Homemade Tiramisu or Cakes..

€ 9.90

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KITCHEN IS OPEN ALL DAY : 10.30 - 22.00






Authentic Italian Lounas Take Away Buffet 

              EVERYDAY   FROM     10.30 - 16.00 



 Pasta & Meat:

 (homemade Fresh Pasta of the day or  Napolitan  Pizza and Beef or Chicken of the day or Meatballs in Ragu Sauce..

 Our kitchen makes different meals and recipes every day, following the Mediterranean diet.



  (Mixed Salad with SUPERFOOD, Rosemary Oven Potatoes, French Fries, 



( our Famous Tiramisu' -you can choose a Classic or Strawberry!)




                       ALL DAY 


                AND DELIVERY 

                       BY  WOLT

             FROM 10.30 TO 22.​

 ​Craving for Pizza watching television? 


€ 16

San marzano tomato, mozzarella fior di latte in oven, and.. slices of tomato and fresh mozzarella on top.


€ 18,9

Mozzarella in oven, avocado,cherry tomato, arugula, pistachio, nuts, pineapple, fresh salmon.


€ 16.2

Mozzarella fior di latte, ricotta, blue cheese, withe chocolate.


€ 14,8

Mozzarella in oven,,carrots, potatoes, avocado,chicken,curry,parsley,pineapple.


€ 13.9

Mozzarella fior di latte, san marzano tomato, anchovies, cappers,olives.


€ 16,2

Mozzarella in oven, spicy salami, cherry tomato, san marzano tomato, tabasco, parmesan, nduja of calabria, parma ham olives.


€ 16,2

Mozzarella in oven, parmesan 24 month aged, gorgonzola, blue cheese, pecorino 24 month aged, fresh arugula in top.



€ 8.9

Bruschetta Tomato, basil, extravergin olive oil, classic recipe.


€ 8.9

Bruschetta Tomato, basil, extravergin olive oil, Mozzarella, soya, avocado.


€ 8.9

Bruschetta Tomato, basil, extravergin olive oil, Mozzarella and tomato slices on top.






€ 14,9

Spaghetti aromatized in a squeez of betroot, with king prawns brandy in a mirror of creamy parmesan.


€ 13,9

Spaghetti “Cacio & Pepe”, in Italian means

“just famous Pecorino 24 month aged cheese, black pepper in a creamy”.

This is the preferred pasta of the people in Rome.


Short Pasta, with tomato sauce, onion. italian becon " guanciale" 

Pecorino 24 month aged,black pepper.

€ 19,8


€ 15,8

Spaghetti “Tagliatelle” with a Ragu, Bolognese tomato sauce, min.3 hours slowly cook, with carrots,onion,garlic, basil,and 24 moth aged Parmesan on top.


€ 19,8

Creamy Rice with saffron & prosecco, butter musrooms and parsley on top.


€ 17,40

Spaghetti with Royal Prawns, mussels, octopus, cherry tomato, pinot grigio wine aromatized, parsley.



€ 29,8

Premium beef fillet with rosemary aromatized sauce, black pepper and parmesan, oven potatoes, on side.


€ 28,9

Premium beef fillet, arugula, rosted butter musrooms on top, parsley, oven potatoes on side.


€ 17,9

Premium chicken breast cooked in salty butter with salvia and parmesan on top.


€ 24,9

Cubes of Premium beef fillet, arugula, in a citronette lemon butter sauce, cappers and moustard. Oven potatoes on side.


€ 22,9

Premium beef fillet steak grilled , arugula, in a butter sauce, Oven potatoes on side. 


The Italian food is famous around the world, all of us we know it and everyone of us konws what is the Lasagna. 

The are millions of italian restaurant around the world and everytime when I see a "italian restaurant" during my travels my attention is actratted to the quality of menus.

 There are  millions and millions of lasagnas, pizzas, pasta... but  wich kind of lasagna or pasta is served from those places. 

Is it  just a basic and ceapeast pasta bougth from a not genuine  italian factory with on the top some tomato sauce putted on top without any aromatization and a fake parmesan made somewere.. but surely not in italy.

Tath's wy MADRE is born.

Roberto Macri 




From 10.30 A.M. to 3 P.M. 

you can find our "Real Italian Lounas Buffet".

Taste the amazing selection of Italian Food following a very healty Mediterranean diet. 

From Monday to Saturday a big selection of:

  • 6 kind of Salads included the Caprese Salads and Superfood Salads
  • Fresh Homemade Pasta with a traditional sauce (amatriciana, carbonara, cheese & pepper, mushrooms, 4 cheeses..
  • Fresh Homemade fiber Pasta with a light sauce
  • Chichen in oven with olives, tomato, oven potaoes & cappers....with onion sauce... with chily sauce...
  • beef , pork -no pork -  meatball- burghers...
  • A selection of sidedishes vegetable
  • A selection of  Pizza Gourmet slices
  • A selection of salty cakes Quiche Lorraine 
  • A soup of the day
  • A selection of Fish & Chips fried every 20 minutes
  • Dessert 
  • Fruit
  • CocaCola, Fanta, Applejuice
  • Finnish Coffee
Working days: € 9,90

Saturady 13,40


we open the restaurant everyday from monday to saturday.

our chefs make manually our handmade fresh pasta, our fresh pizza dought, and our famous tiramisu with strawberry or with supefood..

to make the bolognese meat tomato sauce that needs minimum 3 hous of sloley cook with a stuffed onion, carrots,garlic,and extravirgin olive oil.

we cooking the Bolognese sauce for our hand made fresh eggs-pasta Ravioli or Tagliatelle (Spaghetti Square) for 6 hours minimun, following the ancient original recipe of our grand mothers.

Our chefs are italians, with minimum 20 -30 years of experience in the ho.re.ca. world.

they has a passion of the superfood to spread to all our customers in all our restaurant, here in Finland and in Italy.


all our members of the  kitcken Staff,  are able to make the perfet mix of ingredients to give to our customers the real mood of Italy, because we are italian and we love to have a amazing experience from the food. 


Homemade Pasta

  • Spaghetti red betroot with king pranws brandy aromatized in a mirror of creamy parmesan. 
  • Spaghetti " Cacio & Pepe" with creamy sheep cheese and black pepper. 
  • Square Spaghetti " Tagliatelle" with a Ragu Bolognese, 3 hours overcooked meat with tomato sauce, carrots onion, garlic, basil and parmesan.
  • Ravioli Ricotta and Spinach,  triple salted butter, Salvia aromatized and parmesan on top.
  • Risotto "of Milan" with saffron, prosecco inside and mixed mushrooms with parsley on side.
  • Mezze Maniche short Pasta "amatriciana" from nord of Rome "Umbria" region, tomato, pork cheek  fried slices and 24 month aged Pecorino Cheese.
  • Spaghetti of Fisherman with Royal Pranws, mussels, octopus, cherry tomato, Pinot Grigio wine aromatized and Parsley.

Beef & Grill

We use a 

original italian beef from Tuscany that is it delivered from Italy every weeks.

  • Tuscany Beef Premium Fillet grilled with Rosemary aromatized and parmesan flakes on top.
  • Tuscany Beef Premium Fillet with grilled with arugula, cherry tomato, and Modena Balsamic vinagrette.
  • Chicken Rolls in hunter's mode steam oven cooked and grilled finished with olives, cherry tomato, parsley,.
  • "Jump in the Mout of Rome's slang", chicken breast cooked in salted butter with salvia and flakes of parmesan on top.
  • Premium Tuscany Beef Tartare, fresh cubes of beef marinated in al citronette lime, cappers, italian wasaby.

Pizzeria  Gourmet

The best mix of powders, obviusely from Italy.

22 cm pizza gourmet it means a selectioned premium ingredients and a not ordinary combination..

  • Pizza Caprese: San Marzano Tomato, Fior di Latte Mozzarella, cooked in oven with a Napolitain Slices od Tomato and Mozzarella slices fresh on top,basil.
  • Pizza Superfood: Mozzarella in oven, avocado, cherry tomato, arugula, pistacchio, nuts fresh Salmon.
  • Pizza Total White: Mozzarella Fior di latte, Ricotta, gorgonzola, white chocolate.
  • Pizza Orientale:        Ananas, carrots, potatoes, mozzarella, chicken curry.
  • Pizza Napoli: San Marzano, anchovies, cappers, olives.
  • Pizza Mafia: Spicy  Salami, cherry tomato,  san marzano tomato, mozzarella, tabasco, parmesan flakes, nduja of Calabria.
  • Pizza Regional cheeses:  Mozzarella, parmesan, gorgonzola,pecorino cheese, milan cheese, florence cheese, apulia cheese. arugula.
  • Pizza of Milan: Mozzarella, Ricotta saffron aromatized, blue cheese gorgonzola, musrooms.
  • Margherita: San Marzano tomato, mozzarella fior di latte, fresh basil, olive oil EVO.


Sorry but the fish are not from Italy! we use only a fresh products from Finand.

  • Seabass in oven, wall of eggplant, tomato mozzarella and lemon sauce.
  • Crispy Octopus, steamed and grilled with a Violet Mayonnaise on bottom
  • Light Tempura Sea & Forrest, Mixed Seafood fried of prawns, squid rings, zucchini and carrots.
  • Fried Squid rings tower with mediterranean tempura of anchovies.
  • Tartare Tuna & Salmon with a Citronette Lime salted fresh sauce, cappers, black pepper and crispy cubes roasted brad.

Dessert & Cakes​

The biggest over 20 selection of Italian Artisanal Cakes, vegan, gluten free, lactosi free, fiber kakes, veggy..

every afternoon you can have a fantastic coffe break, with our big Cappuccino, Premium Tea Selection and our Famous Big Strawberry Tiramisu, or with our selection of over 30 different artisanal kakes.

Our Menodiciotto Brand Ice Cream waiting you and your kids in a 18 helty and Hi quality flavours.

Our Blog

The Story of Tiramisu

Tiramisu is maybe the most famous cake in the world that you can find in the restaurants all over Europe and America. Different Italian regions always compete for its origin, but the true history of this soft dessert has no doubt: it was born in the kitchens of a historical Osteria in Treviso.

In 1970 the cook and confectioner Roberto Loli Linguanotto, enter the kitchens of Beccherie, a typical and traditional trattoria situated in Piazza Ancilotto, in the heart of Treviso.

Loli, a man with venetian origins, just came back from an experience as a cook in Germany, where he discovered the tradition, widely spread in Bavaria, of the soft desserts; once he came back he remembered the simple and home made desserts of his childhood and what gave him the brilliant idea was the easiest dessert: the whipped yolk with sugar, that every child was used to eat at breakfast, from Treviso to Venice. Each grandmother perfectly remember the sound in the morning of the whipped egg with sugar, in dialect “l’ovo col sucaro”, the so-called “sbatudin”.

Loli, being a good confectioner, melts his culinary roots together with what he learned in Germany; thus, adding mascarpone cheese to the “sbatudin”, he invented the famous cream and the Tiramisu.

The success of Tiramisu

Loli continued his carrier travelling and leaving Treviso, however he often came back to Beccherie to observe, proudly, the success of his Tiramisu, year after year. From the tables of that trattoria in Treviso, where the dessert was well-known and great demanded, it spread all over Italy, and then in the recent decades outside the national borders and all over the world as well.

Nov 11, 2020

Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean diet has exploded in popularity in recent years, and it’s not hard to imagine why: The Mediterranean diet boasts an impressively vast collection of important health benefits, from heart health to cancer prevention to exercise encouragement.

Compared to other diets, the Mediterranean diet is one of the best—U.S. News & World Report ranked the Mediterranean diet as the Best Diet Overall for 2020.

Looking past the scientifically proven health benefits, the Mediterranean diet is consistently ranked a top diet because it allows for dietary preferences, encourages food and flavor variety, and includes foods from all food groups, nixing the restrictive feelings characteristic of many diets.

Of course, there are drawbacks to consider for every diet, but overall, the Mediterranean diet can offer long-term habit change and a lifestyle shift, both of which are key to long-lasting health. Here is a detailed look at all the health benefits of eating according to the Mediterranean diet lifestyle.

What to Expect on the Mediterranean Diet

Reduces Your Risk of Heart Disease

If there’s one thing the Mediterranean diet is known for, it’s being heart-healthy. Because of this, it’s consistently rated as a top diet by U.S. News & World Report in the Best Diet Overall and Best Heart-Healthy Diet categories.

It’s no secret why: Tons of scientific research backs the claim that the Mediterranean diet is good for your heart.

For example, a 2016 study of more than 20,000 adults found that people who follow a Mediterranean diet are much less likely to develop heart disease,1 and the researchers even estimate that up to 4% of all heart disease cases could be prevented with adherence to a Mediterranean diet.

Another study looked at the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from cardiovascular causes between people who followed a Mediterranean diet and people who did not. The study, which lasted nearly five years, concluded that the risks were about 30 percent lower in people who followed a Mediterranean diet.2

If you’re still not convinced that the Mediterranean diet is heart-healthy, check out this 2019 review of studies, which looked at 29 individual studies on the Mediterranean diet. The authors of the review concluded that the Mediterranean diet is protective against various forms of heart disease.3

May Slow Down Cognitive Decline

There’s some evidence that suggests following a Mediterranean diet might slow cognitive decline and prevent progressive diseases like Alzheimer’s disease. More research is needed, but the current findings are certainly promising!

For example, a 2016 review in Frontiers in Nutrition analyzed 12 studies on the Mediterranean diet and brain health, and concluded that “there is encouraging evidence that a higher adherence to a Mediterranean diet is associated with improving cognition, slowing cognitive decline, or reducing the conversion to Alzheimer’s disease.” 4

A 2015 study looked specifically at the effects of the MIND diet—a combination of the Mediterranean diet and the DASH Diet—on the brain. Researchers found that this diet “substantially slows cognitive decline.”5

You shouldn’t draw any conclusions from early research on the Mediterranean diet and diseases like Alzheimer’s but it seems that most experts agree that the Mediterranean diet, and versions of it (like the MIND diet), can improve brain health.

May Help You Lose Weight

If you’re looking to lose weight, consider the Mediterranean diet. Research has suggested that the Mediterranean diet can help people lose weight and keep it off. The Mediterranean diet has been shown to help people lose almost as much weight as a low-carb diet.6 A large study in 2018 (with more than 32,000 participants) also found that following a Mediterranean diet reduces the risk for abdominal obesity 7

Slower weight loss, at the recommended timeline of one to two pounds per week, is typically more sustainable than losing a lot of weight in just a few weeks.

Can Reduce Your Risk of Having a Stroke

In the same study where researchers estimated that a Mediterranean diet could prevent up to 6% of heart disease cases, the researchers also noted that following a Mediterranean diet could prevent up to 8.5% of stroke cases.1

Additionally, a 2018 study conducted in the UK found that following a Mediterranean diet significantly reduces the risk of suffering a stroke8 —although the study authors do note that this finding was only true in women, not men, and that warrants further research.

Sometimes, research findings are true in one locale but not in others, but the relationship between the Mediterranean diet and reduced risk of stroke seems to be present in many areas: A 2016 study in the European Heart Journal monitored more than 15,000 people in 39 countries over nearly four years. The closer the participants followed a Mediterranean diet, the lower their risk of heart attack, stroke or death from cardiovascular causes.9

Perhaps the most promising connection between the Mediterranean diet and stroke risk is the 2013 study in the New England Journal of Medicine, which found that switching to—and adhering to—a Mediterranean diet could prevent up to 30 percent of heart attacks, stroke and deaths from cardiovascular disease in high-risk people. 2

Can Help You Prevent or Manage Type 2 Diabetes

It may seem counterintuitive that a diet plan with an emphasis on carb-heavy foods, such as pasta and ancient grains, would help manage or prevent type 2 diabetes. But there are a few key factors that make this sensible:

The Mediterranean diet emphasizes whole grains and carbs from vegetables, which don’t affect your blood sugar in the same way as refined carbs.

The diet also includes lots of healthy fats and protein.

The diet discourages too many sweets and desserts.

The Mediterranean lifestyle encourages plenty of exercise, which helps with diabetes management.

A 2014 review of nine individual studies investigated the effect of the Mediterranean diet on diabetes risk, and the researchers found that adhering to a Mediterranean diet can decrease the risk for diabetes by up to 19%. 10

Another study conducted in 2020 confirmed those conclusions, noting that higher adherence to the Mediterranean diet correlates with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.11

May Benefit People With Arthritis

Limited evidence suggests that the Mediterranean diet can help reduce pain in people with arthritis. Many of the foods in the Mediterranean diet are anti-inflammatory, and as arthritis is an inflammatory disease, it makes sense that it could help.

The Arthritis Foundation endorses a Mediterranean style of eating to help with the management of arthritis, citing the fact that the diet includes nutritious anti-inflammatory foods such as berries, olive oil and dark green vegetables.

Additionally, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recommends omega-3 fatty acids12 for the management of inflammatory diseases, and the Mediterranean diet contains many healthy fatty acids.

A 2018 systematic review on the Mediterranean diet for osteoarthritis, the degenerative form of arthritis, concludes that while more long-term research is needed, it seems that the Mediterranean diet can improve symptoms of arthritis.13

May Protect Against Some Cancers

The Mediterranean diet is well-known and heralded for its protection against chronic diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and metabolic syndrome.14 As it turns out, this antioxidant-rich and anti-inflammatory diet may also protect against certain cancers.

A 2017 review of studies concluded that eating a Mediterranean diet can have a protective effect against breast cancer, stomach cancer, liver cancer, prostate cancer, and head and neck cancer.15 The authors point out that the protective effect is “mainly driven by higher intakes of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.”

Another study conducted in 2015 looked at the effects of a Mediterranean diet versus a low-fat diet in the prevention of breast cancer in women. The results? A Mediterranean diet, especially one supplemented with extra virgin olive oil, may put up a fight against breast cancer.16

May Reduce Your Blood Pressure and LDL Cholesterol Levels

Blood pressure and LDL cholesterol (often referred to simply as “bad” cholesterol) are two important markers of health and your risk of many diseases. When either marker is too high, it can indicate health problems or be a health problem on its own.

Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to manage and reduce your blood pressure and LDL cholesterol—the Mediterranean diet being one of them. In 2014, scientists evaluated the diets of nearly 800 firefighters to understand how their dietary habits affected certain health markers, and they found that the closer the men adhered to a Mediterranean diet, the better their cholesterol levels.17

A 2018 study concluded that, in general, the Mediterranean diet can reduce blood pressure in both people with and without hypertension,18 although the study authors noted that more research is needed to fully understand the effects of the Mediterranean diet on blood pressure.

In 2019, however, a study in the journal Hypertension definitively concluded that eating a Mediterranean diet can lower systolic blood pressure.19

Allows for Dietary Preferences

Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, or something else entirely, you can find a way to thrive on the Mediterranean diet. Of course, the diet works best when you allow all of the food groups it emphasizes, but you can certainly modify it to fit your dietary preferences.

The Mediterranean diet is not what most experts would consider restrictive, as it includes ample carbohydrates, proteins, healthy fats, fruits, vegetables and even some treats in moderation (calling all red wine lovers!).

What Experts Say

“The Mediterranean diet supports consuming foods similar to people living near the Mediterranean Sea. These foods and variety support health, without a focus on restriction, but negative consequences of dieting may apply if this eating style is made into a restrictive weight loss plan.”

— Willow Jarosh, MS, RD

Encourages Exercise

The Mediterranean diet is one of few diets that explicitly calls for physical activity as part of the diet plan. This is a welcome addition, as most American adults don’t get enough exercise.

Plus, people who exercise regularly are more likely to make healthier food choices throughout the day.20 What’s interesting, though, is that the relationship between exercise and the Mediterranean diet might be a two-way street: In a small study, researchers found that eating Mediterranean diet might actually improve your physical performance, as opposed to the typical Western diet.21

Emphasizes Moderation and Variety

One big reason that the Mediterranean diet might be so conducive to long-term weight loss is that it allows for many foods and flavors, so you shouldn’t get bored or feel restricted. You can still enjoy carb-heavy foods, rich flavors, and even chocolate and wine, so the Mediterranean diet is a fantastic option if you tend to yo-yo diet because of restrictive feelings.

Plus, hunger shouldn’t arise as an issue, even if you’re in a caloric deficit, because the Mediterranean diet emphasizes fiber-rich and protein-dense foods. These foods—such as whole grains, nuts, cheese and fish—keep you fuller longer. You’ll also be cooking with healthy fats, such as olive oil, which can add to your satiety level.

A Word From Verywell

Choosing a diet is a very personal decision and should be based on your values, beliefs, lifestyle, current health status or complications, health goals and dietary preferences.

While the Mediterranean diet does have some incredibly impressive health benefits—and a whole host of them—it might not be the right diet for everyone, and that’s OK. But it can’t hurt to try it out!

Nov 3, 2020

Bolognese Sauce 

 is a meat-based sauce in Italian cuisine, typical of the city of Bologna. It is customarily used to dress tagliatelle al ragù and to prepare lasagne alla bolognese.

Genuine ragù alla bolognese is a slowly cooked meat-based sauce, and its preparation involves several techniques, including sweating, sautéing and braising. Ingredients include a characteristic soffritto of onion, celery and carrot, different types of minced or finely chopped beef, often alongside small amounts of fatty pork. White wine, milk, and a small amount of tomato paste or tomatoes are added, and the dish is then gently simmered at length to produce a thick sauce.

Outside Italy, the phrase "Bolognese sauce" is often used to refer to a tomato-based sauce to which minced meat has been added; such sauces typically bear little resemblance to the Italian ragù alla bolognese, being more similar in fact to the ragù alla napoletana from the tomato-rich south of the country. Although in Italy ragù alla bolognese is not used with spaghetti (but rather with flat pasta, like tagliatelle),[2][3][4] so-called "spaghetti bolognese" has become a popular dish in many other parts of the world.

Nov 8,2020


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