Fusion: the Yokohama restaurant in Milan is said to Foodoracle
The first chapter of Foodoracle, the new series of startups for home delivery of quality food Foodora, takes us in the kitchen of Rosy Chin. Among uramaki with black truffles and Parmesan eggplant with tuna and seaweed
Enter the Rosy Chin restaurant is a bit ‘like going to visit a friend in high school, those who revise from time to time and that riabbracci always willingly. Because even if you’ve never known, even if you’ve never sat at a table in his Yokohama (local gracious to a handful of steps from the Duomo of Milan) the time of the last formalities at most up to ordering water , and then give way to sincere smiles and valuable advice to juggle the proposals in its menu. A menu that Rosy, very Italian Chinese businesswoman third generation, processes and reprocesses along with her husband Paul, Sicilian-Apulian origins: so a lucky combination of love, creativity and different cultures born a kitchen which combines the exotic elegance East with the flavors and ingredients typical of our local tradition. The carbonara becomes seafood, with shrimp and noodles with green tea, eggplant parmigiana meets the seared tuna and Japanese seaweed, the uramaki are embellished with black truffle.
Fusion, in short, in the truest sense of the word. And Rosy knows how to tell it all, making you feel part of their local, his family, his plans for the future.
It is no coincidence, then, that Foodora, the startup is currently active in Milan and Turin for the home delivery of meals and drinks, has chosen her and her restaurant Yokohama to inaugurate Europe-wide web series Foodoracle: a project that It brings the cameras in restaurant kitchens, to reveal the stories, the faces and the passions that lie behind those dishes received directly at home or in the office. “I’m glad I started this partnership with Foodora – said Rosy – because it gives me the assurance that my specialties are delivered in a reasonable time, with the care and courtesy that we would put the waiters of my staff.”
“Besides, our service is different from the alternatives for this reason – continued Matthew Lentini and Gianluca Cocco, country manager of Foodora Italy -. We choose to work exclusively quality restaurants, and why those who order through our app can feel comfortable. Never receive poor food, or cold, or ruined on the way somewhere shake too: the delivery takes place within half an hour, and the dish is always in perfect condition, as if it came straight from the restaurant’s “kitchen. Goal: try to get even with a delivery that effect “wow”