On Wednesday, Sofitel Phnom Penh introduced new menus at Do Forni Italian Restaurant by Chef Fabrizio Aceti, whose experience spans over 25 years across 8 countries in Europe and Asia. His passion for good food reflects directly on his dishes.He likes creating out-of-the-box concepts as well as healthy food. With his global exposure, he had the pleasure of cooking for business tycoons, dignitaries, celebrities and supermodels. Chef Fabrizio will unquestionably enchant Phnom Penh gastronomy lovers with Do Forni’s signature dishes such as vitello tonnato (low-temperature cooked veal loin with tuna sauce and celery), burrata e caponata (fresh burrata cheese on a bed of vegetable caponata with raisins and capers), garganelli alla marinara (homemade pasta with clams, mussels, crab meat and tiger prawns), melruzzo alla veneziana (milk-simmered cod fish with asparagus, olives and extra virgin olive oil), and tortacaprese al limone. Photo by Chhim Sreyneang
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