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From Food & Wine , JUN 2004
Chef Salvatore Loi's menu at Fasano Restaurante, in keeping with Rogério's wish, spans several regional cuisines, including Tuscan, Milanese, Venetian and Sardinian....MORE
From Food & Wine , JAN 2004
Chef Salvatore Loi's modern, Milanese-inspired cuisine plays as integral a role as the elegant 1930s-style guest rooms (from Brazilian design stars Isay Weinfeld and Márcio Kogan)....MORE
From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
The hippest restaurant in town is in the already-hip Philippe Starck–designed Fasano Hotel. Sardinian-born chef Salvatore Loi, who describes the ambiance as evoking “the relaxed feeling of long lunches along the Mediterranean coast,” specializes in exceptional fish, as well as just-rolled pasta.
We loved: Whole snapper baked in a kosher-salt shell.