With one location in the heart of Jardins, the restaurant Zucco serves traditional Italian cuisine in a modern and cozy atmosphere.
With dishes such as capeletti in brodo–stuffed pasta with meat (usually pork shank) served with a chicken broth or tomato sauce; and nhoque de batata (potato gnocchi), stuffed with shredded cabrito meat and seasoned with crispy sage leaves and Parmesan cheese, the menu invests in recipes already consolidated in Mediterranean cuisine.
With a wine cellar full of possibilities, there are 280 labels and more than twenty-five by-the-glass wine options. The restaurant works with names like Barolo and Barbaresco to give that extra taste to each meal.
With bottles from the best grape producing regions of countries like Italy, Spain, France, Portugal, Greece, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, United States, South Africa and New Zealand, the word variety defines the restaurant’s winery.
For the undecided, you can always listen to some advice from the restaurant’s own sommelier, there to provide some helpful tips that are consistent with the customer’s tastes and choice of dishes.