Carpaccio was invented by the founder of Harry's Bar in Venice Giuseppe Cipriani. He originally prepared the dish for the countess who had been told by her doctor she should eat only raw meat. The dish was named after the Venetian painter Vittore Carpaccio whose paintings were known for their characteristic red and white tones.
We are excited to introduce the new item on Bella Donna menu – Salmone Alla Griglia! Fresh salmon steak served on a bed of fettuccini with chili, garlic, prawns and roquette with lemon olive oil sauce. Try it please and let us know what you think!