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Opening hours

Monday to Saturday: 
19.30 - 21.30
Sunday:
12.30 - 14.30 / 19.30 - 21.30

 

Contacts

Make a reservation:
+39 0743 788005
info@lacasarosa.it

OUR DISHES

SIMPLICITY AND VARIETY.

Umbria was a peasants' land, poor and subject to migration over many years. Today, with the renewed interest in precious values such as organic farming, short supply chains and small farms, Umbria, by definition 'the green lung of Italy', rediscovers its treasures.

Contributing to an authentic, sincere and varied cuisine are the arboreal architecture by Isabella della Ragione, the excellence of Sagrantino wine from Montefalco, the very high-quality olive oil with five different PDOs, the rediscovery of ancient crops such as the Trasimeno bean, free-range farming, the uncinato truffle, and the ancient tradition of pork butchery.

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CARLO PETRINI - PRESIDENT OF SLOW FOOD

"I need to know the history of food. I need to know where it comes from.
I need to imagine the hands that grew, worked and cooked what I eat."

The ancient oven

The ancient oven

Pizza and other delicious dishes can be savoured in the small square around the old wood-fired oven, in which the inhabitants used to bake their bread.

The oven was once an important part of village life, bread was baked once a week and shared by all.
The restoration of the oven, together with the restoration of the church bells, were two important signals of the 'vita nova' at Castello di Postignano.

Today, Chef Vincenzo and his helpers offer evenings dedicated to the art of pizza, where tradition and creativity converge to create a heaven for connoisseurs of good pizza in a 'giro pizza' tasting menu.

Pizza and other delicious dishes can be savoured in the small square around the old wood-fired oven, in which the inhabitants used to bake their bread.

The oven was once an important part of village life, bread was baked once a week and shared by all.
The restoration of the oven, together with the restoration of the church bells, were two important signals of the 'vita nova' at Castello di Postignano.

Today, Chef Vincenzo and his helpers offer evenings dedicated to the art of pizza, where tradition and creativity converge to create a heaven for connoisseurs of good pizza in a 'giro pizza' tasting menu.