The culinary traditions of the Romagna region are well represented in the typical local inns to be found in the old centre and along the coast. Or if you like a more sophisticated atmosphere, you can visit one of the chic restaurants in Portoverde. If you want to combine an interest in sport with good cooking, the Sporting Restaurant at the Misano World Circuit is sure to stimulate your appetite.
The hotels in Misano are also well able to satisfy the needs of all their guests, serving a good range of typical Romagna dishes which will help you appreciate the delicious local specialities.
Every day, the menu will include a variety of dishes based either on meat or fresh fish from the Adriatic, and types of home-made pasta with names such as maltagliati, cappelletti, passatelli and strozzapreti. Meat dishes include gelded pork, and “coniglio in porchetta” (rabbit cooked like roast pig). Amongst the fishspecialities are a delicious fish soup, “canocchie” (mantis shrimp), and “seppie in umido” (stewed cuttlefish). The wines of the Romagna region can also boast a long tradition, with the fruity Sangiovese red, the Pagadebit white, and the sweet Albana and Cagnina, perfect for drinking with biscuits and tarts.
If you have special dietary requirements, the hotels in Misano are happy to cater for you, offering special menus for coeliacs and vegetarians.