As is well known, Lazio gastronomy is for strong flavors. And now these delicacies are being driven around the streets of Milan by Ape Cesare.Delicious and genuine, the choice ranges from supplì, pasta all’amatriciana, spaghetti with cheese and pepper, sandwiches stuffed with porchetta, pork loin, and Viterbo mortazza.Behind this ape car that whizzes through Milan is a couple of true Romans: Carlo Scardino and Alessandro Favola. I arrived in the Lombard capital when they were called to work in the sawmill of chef Carlo Cracco.
Their project is simple but effective: in the era of street food, there is nothing better than a more modern means of transport, the appear, designed in “Roman style”. As white as the Latin toga, it is decorated with a red and golden band, while on the front, it is surrounded by a laurel wreath printed with 3D technology. A decoration signed by the Lapo Elkann Style Center.The name “Ape Car” is a clear reference to the gladiators’ greeting once addressed to the Emperor before the start of the race.
Ape Cesare is a food truck experience in which food is brought to the streets and the people. Zero km quality ingredients, fresh bread every day, culture and craftsmanship, will characterize the menu.A little bee and two young people’s experiences can be the perfect pieces to rediscover our culture and our excellence.
Ape cesare Via Francesco Reina, 37, 20133 Milano MI Telefono: 351 656 3500