Author(s): Arrigo Cipriani
There is only one Harry's Bar. It is simultaneously a beloved Venetian landmark, a bar famous for its drinks, an international meeting place, and a luxurious restaurant. Harry's Bar is the finest, most sophisticated restaurant in the world. Over the past fifty years it has been the favourite haunt of the most glamorous stars: Orson Welles, Hemingway, Noel Coward and Richard Burton were all regular costumers. The bar's risottos and pasta dishes are its speciality. But other simple country food such as polenta, squid and beans are transformed into the most elegant dishes; and the book provides recipes for making the bar's famous cocktails, including the celebrated Bellini.