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A Distinct Italian Experience
Expat Newspaper

It was indeed a grand fusion of authentic and fashion as one of the country's leading Italian restaurants, Caruso Ristorante Italiano, led by hardworking owner Dario Gardini ably assisted by Evelyn Mina, recently hosted an elegant appreciation dinner party for the 2009 Best Dressed Women of the Philippines among other distinguished guests. Highlighting the affair was an Italian Spaziale Splendy show featuring the innovative, 100 percent microfiber bathrobes and towels collection invented by Milanese entrepreneur Emilio Mina. Congratulations!

Spaziale Splendy bathrobes are available at all branches of Rustans. Caruso Ristorante Italiano is located at Reposos Street, Bel Air, Makati City.



Caruso Ristorante Italiano and Spaziale Splendy owner Evelyn Mina and Italian Ambassador Rubens Anna Fedele
Love the real Italian experience
Manila Standard Today, November 25, 2009

"WHEN I close my eyes in your restaurant, I feel like I'm in Italy." said one very satisfied Italian customer after his superb dining experience at Caruso Ristorante Italiano, the outstanding restaurant, located on Nicanor Garcia Street within Bel-Air Village in Makati City.
For seven years now, the destination restaurant named after the great Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, the leading male operatic star of his era famous for his highly acclaimed performances in Europe and North and South America. continues to be a much sought-after dining haven for food and wine connoisseurs who want to have their fill of the authentic Italian taste.

The dynamic Italian duo Emilio Mina and Dario Gardini, both from the family of
successful restaurateurs, established the pizzeria cafe originally named Caffe Caruso
in October 2002. With that imperative, frtting renovations and changes in the menu
followed suit, and so with the change of name to Caruso Ristorante Italiano.

From the cozy and elegant ambience, to the nostalgic framed artworks showcasing
Enrico Caruso's colorful life, and its impressive fire wood oven, Caruso offers the perfect setting to let foodies enjoy the best of Italy. Caruso Ristorante Italiano is located at 210 Nicanor Garcia St (formerly Reposo St.), Bel-Air Village, Makati City. For inquiries and reservations, call 895-245.


A grand showcase of Italy's finest
Philippine Star, November 1, 2009

" There is no such thing in anyone's life as an unimportant day".-Alexander Woolcott

It was truly one fine evening as Caruso Ristorante Italiano, one of the leading Italiun restaurants in the country led by hardworking owner Dario Gardini and ably assisted by Evelyn Mina, recently hosted an elegant appreciation dinner party for distinguished guests including the 2009 Best Dressed Women of the Philippines. A romantic Italian setting greeted members of Manila's high society as they were royally treated to an authentic Italian dining experience replete with delectable specialties such as Pizzette mignon assortie, Garganelli ai funghi porcini dell 'Ossola (home made pasta with porcini mushroom), Filetto di pollo alla Valdostana (chicken breast stuffed with parma ham and cheese in Valdostana style) complemented with superb Sangiovese Puglia and Trebbiano d' Abruzzo wines. Afterwards, the guests had the privilege of watching the all-Italian Spaziale Splendy show featuring the innovative, 100 percent microfiber bathrobes and towels collection invented by Milanese entrepreneur Emilio Mina. The collection was gracefully showcased amidst the enthralling music of world-class baritone Jack Salud. It was indeed a grand fusion of Italian cuisine and fashion, thanks to Caruso!
Bravo!