A restaurant in Isernia province with a menu full of pride for the land and the memory of the origins.
"Grandmother" in Agnonese dialect sounds something like "mammina” (similar to “mommy” in English) or "Mammì", its affectionate form. Locanda is a farmhouse on the road that belonged to Stefania Di Pasquo's grandmother, the owner of Locanda Mammì.
It is located in Agnone, an ancient town of art in the Molise hinterland that represents a perfect blend of the landscape and cultural and artistic excellence of the region. The venue is an elegant two-storied stone-clad rural farmhouse surrounded by vegetable gardens, fields and meadows.
The interiors are opulent but not excessive, with prominent traditional elements. The tradition also lies in the philosophy of this place and its menu based on love for the land. Seasonality and km 0 are two cornerstones for Stefania, who has managed to combine the Agnonese and neighboring fruits with the modern cooking and presentation techniques.
The menus of Locanda Mammì are born from the exploration of individual ingredients. Last year, for example, the Chef and the team focused on the cabbage - having studied all the varieties - to achieve different textures and colors discovering surprising and extraordinary combinations.
A fall proposal that is having great success at this time of year is without a doubt the potatoes, porcini mushrooms and white truffle appetizer which, in addition to creating an exquisite palatal sensation, pays tribute to the three main ingredients of Molise gastronomic culture.
Millennium Water - Antica Fonte della Salute is on the menu of the Locanda Mammì, a water that stands out for its essential and innovative design that perfectly matches mise en place of the tables and the excellent flavors.
At Locanda Mammì you will perceive a distinct alma, which in the Agnonese dialect means soul.
Locanda Mammì, Agnone (IS)
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