Summer Italian Truffles at Soloio in Shizuoka City!

Service: Pro and very friendly
Equipment & Facilities: Great overall cleanliness and superb washroom
Prices: Reasonable
Strong points: Fresh local ingredients whenever possible. Both traditional and inventive Italian cuisine. Good wine list at moderate prices. Open late!

Summer is a great season when it comes to mushrooms!
No wonder that Solio is offering Italian Summer Truffles on its menu, and this at a very reasonable price!

They were clearly stated on the seasonal carte inserted inside the regular menu!

Proud Chef Takehiko Katoh/加藤武彦 and Sommelier Mieko Ozawa/小澤美恵子!

But before we sampled these beautiful black jewels there were other morsels to take care of to satisfy our appetites!

Tuna tartare!

So light and so succulent! Heavens for any fish lover!

Solio has a constant array of anitpasti you can’t escape from: Shrimps and octopus!

And so elegantly served!

On a bed of superb carpaccio of sole!

Beautiful octopus!

By then it was time to indulge in the truffles!

On white asparaguses!

Solio serves simply the best rizotto in the Prefecture!

Extravagant Summer Truffles risotto!

For once we skipped dessert and finished with coffee…

Actually, the home-made crostini made for a nice little dessert! LOL

To be continued…

To be continued…

SOLOIO
420-0858 Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Tenmacho, 9-7, Kita, 1
Tel./fax: 054-260-4637
Business hours: 16:00~24:00
Closed on Monday
Credit cards OK
Private parties welcome!
Smoking allowed BUT Non-smoking until 20:00 everyday!

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4 thoughts on “Summer Italian Truffles at Soloio in Shizuoka City!”

  1. Oh my. Truffles = heaven! I’ll never forget the first time I bought a bottle of truffle oil. I literally put it on everything I ate for weeks…poached eggs, baguette, pasta, salad, popcorn…you name it. Now I have, ahem, more self control. 😉

    The shaved truffle over asparagus looks especially tasty.

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  2. I’ve been following your blog for some time now and have seen the wide variety of foods you eat.

    I just wondered, is there anything you WOULDN’T eat on moral or taste grounds and why?

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    1. My, tough question as morale varies with countries and upbringings!
      Frankly ,I’m worried about hurting feelings!
      There is at least one food I would I would never condone on moral grounds: Live monkey brains as some do in China!
      On taste grounds something too hot (spicy) would be off. And I don’t like dishes based on fermented fish or seafood.
      And I can’t stand fresh milk, cold or hot, although I love cream, butter, yoghurt and cheese! Impossible to explain this last one!

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