Harry’s Bar was initially conceived as a drinking lounge, but its reputation for being a point of reference in the Venetian world of fine dining did not take long to begin. In little time Harry’s Bar was soon known for its tasteful cooking, particularly for its first course recipes made with homemade pasta, potato gnocchi, and rice. Why not try your hand at a Harry’s Bar classic at home? And have fun experimenting with some Venetian traditions while you are at it.
Prosecco risotto, fettuccine with shrimp and zucchini, potato gnocchi with fresh sage, and many more. Immerse yourself in the tastes of traditional Italian cuisine. And why not accompany your culinary journey with a glass of Cipriani Rosé.
A recipe to bring the unmistakeable aroma of Prosecco into your kitchen while reinventing one of the most traditional Italian dishes: the risotto.