A small Italian restaurant in Daegu


📍 47, Muhak-ro 27-gil, Suseong-gu, Daegu, Republic of Korea

⏰ Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 – 22:00(Closed at 16:00 on Sundays) Break time 15:00 – 18:00

📕 Today’s Pasta 23,000 won

📕 Today’s Steak 49,000 won

📕 Chicken Panini 21,000 won

※Menu/prices are subject to change

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Step into a slice of Italy right in Daegu. This cozy Italian joint, run by a passionate couple, exudes charm. The chef, trained in Italy, commands the kitchen solo, and the open setup lets you witness the culinary magic. It’s a wine lover’s haven, with soothing tunes setting the mood just right.

I dared to explore their entire menu, only to find the chicken panini out of stock—a real letdown. But that just means I’ll be back, eager to sample this must-try dish. The pasta arrived promptly, showcasing the restaurant’s seasoned expertise.

Today’s steak, generously garnished with chopped garlic and a hint of red chili, boasts quality meat that melts in your mouth. Accompanied by fresh arugula and red chili peppers, it’s a symphony of flavors. And don’t overlook the perfectly seasoned whole potatoes—they’re a delight.

Their chicken steak salad, featuring kiwi, is a revelation. Tender chicken and tangy kiwi create a surprising harmony of flavors—a refreshing twist on a classic. Each bite bursts with freshness.

The arabiata pasta, bursting with tomato goodness and cheese, offers a tantalizing tang with a hint of spice. The generous eggplant slices add texture, making each mouthful a delight.

My personal favorite? The signature mentaiko oil pasta. A symphony of squid ink pasta and mentaiko creates an unforgettable taste experience—a true testament to the chef’s artistry.

Don’t miss the mushroom cream pasta, featuring savory shiitake mushrooms bathed in a creamy sauce. It’s a delightful departure from the ordinary.

I left dreaming of returning to Daegu for another taste. Overall, I was thoroughly satisfied, and if they ever open in Seoul, count me in as a regular. Don’t hesitate to visit—and don’t forget to mop up every last bit of sauce with their delicious bread. Next time, I’ll be sure to try the abalone pasta and chicken panini.

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