Zuppa di pesci, also known as Süppa ad pess in the local dialect, is a traditional fish soup from the Emilia-Romagna region in Italy. This hearty and flavorful dish can be found in various towns and communes throughout the region, including Rimini, Cesenatico, and Cervia.

In Rimini, you can find this delicious soup at Ristorante Da Lele, located in the heart of the city. They serve a mouthwatering version of Zuppa di pesci made with a variety of fresh fish and shellfish, cooked in a rich tomato-based broth.

Cesenatico is another town where you can savor this traditional dish. Ristorante La Buca offers a delightful Zuppa di pesci made with local catch of the day, served with crusty bread for dipping.

If you happen to be in Cervia, make sure to visit Ristorante La Capannina, where they prepare a delectable Zuppa di pesci using a secret family recipe passed down through generations.

One popular recipe for Zuppa di pesci includes ingredients such as fish fillets, shrimp, clams, mussels, tomatoes, garlic, onion, white wine, and herbs like parsley and basil. The fish and shellfish are cooked in a flavorful broth made with the tomatoes, garlic, onion, and white wine, and then served with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of fresh herbs.

Zuppa di pesci has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which guarantees its traditional preparation and adherence to specific specifications. Some of the specifications for Zuppa di pesci include the use of local fish and shellfish, the preparation of the broth using fresh ingredients, and the inclusion of traditional herbs and spices.

– “Zuppa di pesce” – Wikipedia.it
– “Ristorante Da Lele” – www.dalele.it
– “Ristorante La Buca” – www.labuca.it
– “Ristorante La Capannina” – www.lacapannina.it