A contemporary view of Italian cuisine abroad
Entering Villa Severino one has the feeling of entering the living room of a wealthy Neapolitan aunt, attentive to Italian art and with contemporary taste, attracted by quality materials and classy brass-effect lamps. In Villa Severino you can enjoy excellent Neapolitan cuisine or a truly breathtaking pizza, entering a new aesthetic concept of absolute visual impact.
Villa Severino is a sparkling Italian restaurant where the Finnish customer can enjoy absolute quality in terms of pizzeria, cuisine and pastry. The main protagonist of the restaurant is the central pizza counter with the typical pizza oven from Campania in the background, designed and manufactured by Fazzone Forni. The pizza counter has the same aesthetics as the bar counter, which features a front with terracotta-effect tiles, with oval-shaped textures, highlighted by the LED strip hidden in the walnut band, an elegant Italian wood. The worktops in real Carrara marble are reminiscent of the art of Neapolitan pizzerias.
The open kitchen and dining room are warm and welcoming, with a double wood-effect and concrete-effect floor finish. Baroque decorations on the walls frame reproductions of some of Italy's most important works of art. Guests can enjoy excellent pizza and Neapolitan cuisine comfortably seated on chairs and armchairs made in Italy or on a custom 8m sofa. The ambience, physically divided by a bi-colour lacquered wood panelling, like the ceiling, is lit by custom brass-effect lights of different types and designs.
Curious is the ice-cream parlour's proposal: not the traditional gelato display case, but the customisation of an iconic element of Italy's industrial renaissance, a fita 500, transformed into a gelato display case.