Linguine, which means “little tongues”, originated in Genova. Thanks to their delicate shape, they are ideally combined with seafood and are often served with a variety of red sauces, giving each dish a unique and subtle taste.
The most emblematic pasta of the Italian cuisine first appeared in Venice by Marco Polo. Soon they conquered the whole world, as they are easy to make and can be enjoyed in a variety of different recipes.
Spaghettini are the finest variation of the classic Spaghetti. Their shape helps them to be gorgeously wrapped in each forkful, offering a lighter and more delicate taste in every dish. They can be combined with red and white sauces in countless ways, highlighting every ingredient.
Spaghettoni are among the most authentic variations, as they harmoniously blend the taste of pasta with the accompanying ingredients, deliciously filling the mouth with aromas that bring to mind images from traditional Italian trattorias.