The legendary Roman entrepreneur leaves his beloved USA for Europe: who will deserve the title of Little Big Italy? Let's find out where and when together!
The mythical is back Francesco Panella on television with the new season of its successful format Little Big Italy. For this fourth season, the Roman restaurateur is leaving the beloved United States of America to move to Europe. Always with Italy in my heart, Francesco Panella The search for real Italian food and the best Italian restaurants abroad continues with enthusiasm. The new adventure of the show, produced by Banijay Italia for Discovery Italia, begins Monday 20 September at 9.25pm on the Nove (already available in preview on discovery +, for those who just can't wait!).
Little Big Italy in Europe
The journey in search of good Italian food starts from Madrid to then move to Stockholm, Tenerife, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Munich, Brussels, Prague, Marseille and Zurich for a tour of Europe with the forks always raised. The game does not change and Francesco Panella will rely on Italians living abroad to find restaurants that deserve the title of "LITTLE BIG ITALY". In each city, as usual, Francesco will meet 3 Italians, competitors of the challenge, who will take him to eat in their favorite restaurant, the place that makes them feel most at home. The Roman restaurateur and the Italian guests will taste and vote on 3 dishes: the choice of Expat, the chef's main dish and Francesco's desire, an off-menu dish. At the end of each meal there will be a vote. Francesco and the three Italians will have from 1 to 5 tokens for each dish. Francesco will have one more vote, that of Italianness, from one to ten tokens, which can make the difference in proclaiming the winner. Up for grabs for Expat is a bonus card valid for one year to eat free in its favorite restaurant and for the restaurateur the title of the best Little Big Italy restaurant in their city. Are you ready to go?
Little Big Italy (12 × 60 ') is produced by Banijay Italia for Discovery Italia NOVE is visible on channel 9 of the Digital Terrestrial, Sky Canale 149 and Tivùsat Canale 9.
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