In a former textile warehouse, between Repubblica and Centrale, you’ll find Moebius. The name winks at the pseudonym of a well-known cartoonist – Jean Giraud – who made his world out of science fiction. Here too, in an impeccable and very contemporary setting, the gastronomic journey of chef Enrico Croatti (two Michelin stars) recalls a leap between present and future, between Romagna – his land – and Tuscany – that of the owners. The intent is to remember an osteria of today, with its 35 seats suspended within four metres of the large hall.
At the Moebius you don’t only come if you want to be a gourmet and try the chef’s more than affordable gastronomic journey (50 € all inclusive), but also for a quick lunch, an aperitif or a dinner with tapas. Prices range from 10 to 25 € and you can choose between ceviche, veal tonnato, saffron risotto, beef fillet, for a cuisine with feet in Italy and a few trips outside. Not to be missed is the mixology part, with a three-metre high canteen: the liver trembles and also the wallet. Here you can drink between 12 and 18 €.
Translated by @silaskin