Let’s say that after a long day around the city you’re very hungry. Let’s also say that you’re invited to have a buffet-dinner. In your mind, you start depicting an evening made of diluted cocktails, pizza bites and a hellish crowd.
Now, lucky you, your friend decides to book a place at “Casa Manitù”.
You’ll find the owners, Adam and Manu at the desk. Then you can go and find your table and head to the six-meter, 23-course seasonal-product buffet. Rice and curry, hummus, risotto with sausage, focaccia slices – these are only a peek at the enormity of the dishes you can find.
At a certain time, you’ll also find desserts where you can find nutella and bread, cakes and other sweets like Bonet (typical chocolate and amaretti pudding).
In the meantime, you can meet the two passionate bartenders and have a chat about what you’re going to drink. The best advice I can tell you is let them choose for you, guided only by your tastes. The quality of spirits is incredible.
If you want, on Fridays and Saturdays you can also have a dance on the floor with Giancarlo’s DJs (check the “Magazzino sul Po – Disco for free souls” article).
The target is usually 20-40-year-old people.
Let’s mention that there’s also a lunch option. The menu varies on a daily basis and you will find international cakes made by Manu with the recipe of Adam’s grandma.
I recommend booking a table. And to enjoy your experience.