Larian food and wine is characterized by specialties that come both from the lake and from the mountain valleys. From fish to cheeses up to polenta you can taste unique dishes.
Everything that Larian food and wine offers, draws on ancient traditions and stories of the lake, mountains and valleys. In fact, such a varied landscape, it offers an equally varied culinary art: fish, meat, cured meats and genuine and flavourful cheeses are part of the rich Larian menu. Not to mention the typical sweets, with a rustic and unmistakable taste like the bisciola or the chestnut and apple cake.
Among the most famous dishes there are undoubtedly the agoni (which in their dried version are called misultitt), the lavarelli, the perch (which accompanies the risotto, giving life to a very tasty dish), the bleak up to the famous fish cuisine in carpione.
As for the meat dishes, how not to mention the casseoula and the game accompanied by the inevitable polenta, which can be declined in various forms: from yellow to taragna to uncia, thanks to the use of high quality dairy products such as butters, cheeses and seasoned typical of the area.
For any self-respecting lunch or dinner in these parts you cannot miss an excellent full-bodied and robust red wine, without disdaining even white wines, a true pride of the valleys.
Among the items you will also find addresses of restaurants, trattorias, taverns and clubs where you can enjoy the best of the Larian cuisine.