We're planning a trip to Italy in July, a group of adults (some older, some younger.) Any recommendations for meals?
We are only interested in places under orthodox hashgacha. Takeout or groceries would be appreciated as well. No one in our group speaks Italian, but we can all manage in Hebrew and one person speaks Spanish if it helps.
I can find things on Google but I'd love personal recommendations.
We will need Shabbat meals (Milan and Venice) and would love to try genuine Italian food rather than the ubiquitous bad versions of Israeli shipudim.
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