Bottiglieria Spartaco is a wine shop managed by the sommelier Norie Harada, a very nice and sparkling landlady originally from Kobe.
Despite the small size of the place (there are in fact a handful of seats available), it is comfy, cozy and for this reason the conversation is constantly stimulated here.
The beverage menu includes a choice of wines (including Japanese), champagne, craft beers, Japanese whiskeys, shochu and above all fine saké (hot or cold), the result of Norie San's research and passion: before opening Bottiglieria Spartaco six years ago she traveled the world, working in Tokyo, Paris and New York and was a pupil of the great chef Alain Ducasse.
The sake tasted were better than the other, as were the champagne and the curious Japanese Spritz based on Ume-shu and Prosecco Valdobbiadene.
The food menu is also very interesting, a concise mix of Japanese, Italian and French inspirations. Among the accompaniments tried I point out the carasau bread accompanied with gorgonzola cream, mascarpone and champagne, tofu with sesame sauce and Cantabrian anchovies with toast and butter. All nothing short of delicious!
The eclectic and bubbly personality of Norie san will ensure that you spend fun and stimulating evenings. To all this is added the price in line with the proposed offer. To go there and come back!