We could not expect a better location for the first out-of-town experiment by Langosteria’s patron Enrico Buonocore. We are in Paraggi, a small bay behind the wonderful Portofino: this is where Langosteria Paraggi, the last of the “Four Sisters” – Langosteria, Langosteria Bistrot e Langosteria Café Milano – was inaugurated last June, in the most charming location in the heart of the Paraggi Bay, namely inside the historical Bagni Fiore.
It is no coincidence that the new color range has been revised: the historical orange color, predominant in the Langosteria furnishings, has been counterbalanced by the red, white and green colors, typical of the Bagni Fiore.
You will find the inevitable and now iconic colored balloons; the interiors are as seductive as those of Agnelli’s Agneta boat. It will be like sailing the waters of the sea, in a solo voyage, enjoying its scents and colors, but also the delicious scents of the dishes served at Paraggi Langosteria.
The Executive Chef Denis Pedron‘s quality and imagination reaches a level of absolute excellence in a mix of traditional local dishes carefully revisited in a modern key, such as creamed codfish with panissa, a sublime match, a mix of different traditions that merge into a very delicate dish. There is also a trademark of Langosteria, the fresh seafood platters, which have been customized to the new location. You will be thrilled by the scent and taste of the tagliatelle with fresh seafood, bottarga and extra virgin oil with lemon, pure poetry.
Open from morning to night, Langosteria Paraggi has given a different flavor to this bay, providing it with even more magic and glamour, from the early lights of the day to the romantic summer nights: an emotional scenario of intense moments of “Dolce Vita” away from the hustle of the city.
Beach club guests are also offered a “pieds dans l’eau” lunch service, i.e. a light lunch they can enjoy without moving from their sunbeds.
The “NeverBay” is actually there, especially thanks to Langosteria Paraggi, which contributed to creating its magic.
Photo credit © Celestina Lelmoni