'Da Terry': the best Piadina in the world
It is located in Pesaro, Italy, and is a work of art
Yesterday I read Monica Calore's post on the Piadina Romagnola, and I felt inspired.
Some time ago, I wrote about piadina in some tests and a post on street food, but I never mentioned the best piadina in the world, and I absolutely have to remedy it.
It is called "Da Terry" and is located in the city of Pesaro, in the Marche region. The most attentive will notice that I said Marche, despite the piadina being from the Emilia Romagna region.
It's true, and for the Romagnoli it could be considered an insult, but let's say it: Pesaro has a Romagna soul, not a Marche soul.
Da Terry is known in slang as "La Unta" (the greasy). Not because the place is dirty or otherwise, but because his piadines are overflowing with stuffing.
The small restaurant is located very close to the coast, and by taking two steps, you can eat the piadina looking at the sea.
I found this place because twenty years ago I hung out in the areas of Rimini, Riccione and Pesaro. After all, once they were the best cities to have fun, they had the most beautiful discos in Italy... and one thing leads to another.
Here some Unta's piadinas
Ham, cheese and mushroom
Sausages and grilled vegetables
Ham, cheese and vegetables au gratin
I don't know what's in here, but I'd eat it right away
Seriously: if you pass through Pesaro, don't miss the Piadina del Unta, you will cry with joy.