Continuing our foodie tour of Zurich we headed to Rosso for Saturday night dinner. It was our time to explore the Italian influences of the multi-cultural country.
Despite being right next to a train station it was a little tricky to find! We literally followed our Google Maps blue dot to find our way through a random track to a warehouse at the end of a dead end. There was no sign or clear entrance!
But inside was a different matter - lots of reserved tables, a delicious smell of pizza and friendly staff.
Settling down with a glass of prosecco, we happily perused the menu.
The restaurant was recommended for its thin-crust pizzas, but we got a little distracted by the delicious-looking dishes walking past us out of the kitchen ...
So we started by sharing an octopus antipasti ("Polpo della casa")
Very scrummy! The octopus, in particular, was perhaps one of the best I've had - it had a chargrilled barbeque outside and then a centre that melted in your mouth.
Then it what time for pizza. We'd ordered the Diavola to share. Which was a good call because it was massive.
Luckily the pizza was not too heavy, despite the generous size and ingredients because it was so thin.
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