Authentic and secular Italian cuisine made with love

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THERE is a lot to write about new restaurants in a rapidly changing city, but it’s also the anger to go back to older establishments that have stood the test of time.

DOC Gastronomia Italiana has been one of the city’s most beloved Italian restaurants since it opened in 2013. It was one of the first places to boast an industrial vibe, and it still retains that character.

The restaurant moved to Dagu Road at the end of 2018 from its previous location on Dongping Road, and since then it has attracted many locals from the neighborhood and beyond. The outdoor area facing the busy street is the perfect place for people watching, where crowds gather day and night.

Courtesy of DOC / Ti Gong

The outdoor area facing the busy street is the perfect place for people watching, where crowds gather day and night.

The DOC team is dedicated to providing hearty Italian cuisine, and since the beginning of September, customers have been invited to savor exquisite platters of fresh, delicious and flavorful pasta, lovingly prepared by Chef Gino Fan.

The special menu of fresh homemade pasta celebrates the true essence of Italian cuisine. Pasta is serious business in Italy: Eating a good plate of pasta is very important both on a family and cultural level. And with travel restrictions still in place, a hearty dish of pasta puts you in a good mood and reminds you of the sun-drenched Mediterranean.

“The launch of a fresh pasta menu allows for a more authentic Italian experience, which sets us apart from other Italian places in the city,” said Todd Pearson, Managing Director of Camel Hospitality Group,

Authentic and secular Italian cuisine made with love

Courtesy of DOC / Ti Gong

Spaghetti alla marinara is a popular pasta dish on the southern coast of Italy.

Fresh pasta is made from flour, eggs and water. The dough is prepared then kneaded and shaped into the pasta shapes we know and love.

At DOC, pasta is made daily from imported Italian flour “Caputo Semola”. The special menu includes five classic pasta dishes, from Spaghetti alla Marinara and Fettuccini Carbonara to Lasagna Emiliana.

Spaghetti alla marinara (178 yuan) is a popular pasta dish on the southern coast of Italy. Here, it’s on a bigger plate, it’s good to share. The spaghetti cooked al dente is dipped in a divinely luxurious sauce made from a mixture of seafood, chives, garlic and fresh chili peppers – a good pairing with a glass of Cortese di Gavi. The fresh pasta menu will be available until the end of October.

Info

Opening hours: 11 am-10.30pm

Phone. : 6473-9394

Address: 392 chemin Dagu

Average price: 220 yuan


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