Aman Venice Announces Launch of Palazzo Kitchen Table
Overlooking the garden of the 16th century palazzo, Aman Venice’s new restaurant Palazzo Kitchen table will be beautiful for intimate meals.
Seating just ten diners, the Palazzo Kitchen Table is an exquisite, light-filled space just a lawn away from the Grand Canal. At its heart is a state of the art Marrone + Mesubim integrated kitchen. It is the only place to get Teppan, a Japanese grill for cooking Teppanyaki style, in Venice.
Delicately decorated by the painter Matteo Bertelli with leaf motifs, it invites the garden. It also boasts its own wine cellar, which houses an impressive wine collection including rare vintages from Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne in France, and a 1995 merlot from Tuscany in Italy.
Appropriately named ‘Cook the Lagoon’, the private dinners at the Palazzo Kitchen Table will offer guests the opportunity to witness each chef’s culinary interpretation of local ingredients harvested from the Venetian lagoon and its islands.
Live cooking sessions will be interactive, allowing guests to partake in the process of creating dishes inspired by the simplest and freshest of seasonal ingredients. These will be sourced from the vibrant Rialto Market nearby, with a plethora of fresh vegetables, seafood, herbs and spices.
In 2019, the chefs will host their own private dinners at the Palazzo Kitchen Table alongside a number of visiting chefs. These will include leading Teppan Chef, Koji Aida, of Paris’s only Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant, Aida, and the renowned Davide Oldani of D’O near Milan.
Davide has led Aman Venice’s continually evolving culinary offerings over the last four years, including the launch of Arva in 2017, subsequently launched in a selection of other Aman destinations worldwide.
The first ‘Cook the Lagoon’ gathering at the Palazzo Kitchen Table will be held on 18th April, hosted by Chef Alfredo Russo from the Dolce Stil Novo Restaurant in the Palace of Venaria in Venaria Reale, near Turin. Davide Oldani will host the second gathering on 7th of May, and Koji Aida will host the third and fourth gatherings on the 9th and 10th May. To make a reservation, call +39 041 270 7714 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.