So this May/June I made an epic journey through Europe one plate of bruschetta, whoops I mean country at a time.
First stop was Lucerne Switzerland, at A little cafe by the lake. It was heavenly, although I thought every second of our 24hrs in Switzerland was pure heaven.
Next stop, Italia! We hit up Rome first, a quick one day stop but enough time for a plate tortellini and bruschetta. This cafe was right in the city center and had amazing food and gelato! I can’t wait to be back in Rome for a full week next month!
Venice, I ate spaghetti for both lunch and dinner, tried to enjoy wine and stuffed my face with another amazing plate of fresh bread, tomatoes and basil.
Last stop on the bruschetta tour was Turin, Italy. Our time here was super short due to the Italian government going strike and canceling flight but we did have a great meal and stayed in an amazing Airbnb. We ordered personal pizzas as a main dish and ended the meal with quite possibly the best cannoli my mouth has ever encountered.
While it would make sense that the best bruschetta award would go to Italy, my vote for this trip actually goes to Switzerland. The tomatoes and basil mixture was the best and the freshest. But I’m heading black to Rome next month and plan on spending the week finding the best bruschetta in the city!