Salvatore Cuomo & Bar - Taipei
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The Italian name Salvatore Cuomo is, you guessed right, taken from the real Italian chef here. Salvatore was born in Naples (Napoli), and have studied for his craft in his uncle's restaurant in Italy. Later on he went onto helping his father's restaurant in Japan, but then only a few months after he flew back to northern Italy and learnt all there is for making the full Italian cusine. He has since made his father's 'Naples' Pizza' in Japan famous, and finally opened shop in Taipei.
In addition to be able to taste the world's number one pizza and other Italian delicacies, you can relax and enjoy leisurely a glass of red wine here. It provides customers fresh vegetables, seafood, and meat daily in its unique tastes. While lunch time they serve in buffet style, dinner time it is only by ordering like other restaurants. Salvatore Cuomo has also shops in Shanghai and Seoul now.
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