August 13, 2021 20:59
Via Porta Romana and Pavia. The two new addresses, which have been open throughout August, are dedicated to meat lovers, adding to the Milanese restaurant scene, and already in town on the 9th, opened by Eduardo Magior, a young entrepreneur in the food sector, thus further strengthening the presence of its brands: Filteria Italiana, Magnaci.
“Fillet” is a character in the format “Filleteria italiana”, which represents a real world tour to find special and unusual meat from zebra, kangaroo, camel, reindeer, beef raised in different countries, and Uruguay. Finland, Brazil, Australia and Ireland. The menu includes the famous and demanding Japanese Kobe Beef. Marinades and smokes complement the offer with sauces specially designed to enhance the flavors of different types of fillets. The second format, the original, is Magnaci. Japanese cuisine is not a familiar fish to us, but the hero, rama ramaki, temaki, gunkan and nigiri offer different types of meat. Sashimi is also soil: reindeer, horse, zebra or beef in different marinades.
The 29-year-old Major’s will was to invest പുതിയ 10 million in two new premises to strengthen his turnover against the trend of multiple closures. “I’m excited about the continued growth of the entrepreneurship project,” Magior said, adding that the development project aims at strong development in Italy, Turin, Rome and abroad, with new openings and inaugurations in various major cities such as London, Paris, Munich, Prague, Budapest, Stockholm and Dubai.
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