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Gambero Rosso ranks five of the best patisseries in Italy. Time to start licking your lips! 

Thursday, 20 January 2022 10:07
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The Italian multimedia and publishing group Gambero Rosso has ranked the best patisseries in Italy. No travel bucket list is complete without one, so here are five of them to get your taste buds tingling.

Pasticceria Veneto – Brescia

This year the prestigious World Pastry Stars jury ranked Iginio Massari the best pastry chef in the world. His bakery really is something to behold: the home of a professional who is always focused and precise, and brilliantly showcases his talent for sweet treats through his products. Some examples include the Veneziana alla Crema, the Paradiso Cake and two classics from Lombardy: the Milanese panettone and the Bossolà Bresciano.

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Dalmasso – Avigliana (Turin)

A maniacal attention to detail, the best ingredients, and the highest quality. This is the mantra of Alessandro Dalmasso who blends tradition and innovation to perfection in his patisserie. His mignon are beautiful to look at and there are many captivating flavours to choose from: strawberry and vanilla, raspberry and violet, zabaglione or salted caramel just to name a few. 

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Biasetto – Padova

First Maitre Pàtissier Chocolatier Confiseur Glacier, then World Pastry Champion in 1997 with his Setteveli Cake, Luigi Biasetto has been at the forefront of Italian and international pastry for years. His philosophy is precise and impeccable and in his elegant atelier in Padua he produces cakes, mignons, his famous macaroons (mango and yuzu or lime and mascarpone), pastries, and chocolates.

Maison Manilia – Montesana sulla Marcellana (Salerno)

Giuseppe Manilia is self-taught, but thanks to talent, perseverance and passion he has managed to reach notoriety through his exemplary techniques and constant research. A true goldsmith of pastry he knows how to push the boundaries of patisserie, like with his noteworthy meringue sphere enriched with custard, mandarin jelly and caramelized pineapple with red fruit and lime jam.

Gino Fabbri – Bologna

Unsurprisingly, as he is considered one of the fathers of modern Italian pastry, Gino Fabbri won the Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie in Lyon in 2015 and is the president of the Association of Italian Pastry Masters. Although his bakery is not in the centre of Bologna it is a destination for pilgrimages to the city. For breakfast he serves croissants and a variety of stuffed calzones, and don’t forget to try his rice cakes and his tiramisu.

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