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The locanda

The Locanda Barbarossa is located in the heart of the historic center of Como, a few steps from the medieval Piazza San Fedele and the Romanesque style Basilica of the same name (1120).
The history, location and structure entirely made of Moltrasio stone inspired the name of the Locanda itself which takes the name of the man who changed the fate of the city in that period.

In fact, after the defeat with the Milanese in 1158, the city was rebuilt thanks to its determination and the help of Emperor Federico Barbarossa who first fortified the city with walls and towers and a small castle on the Baradello called Rocca del Barbarossa and then fought alongside the Como for the great revenge and the right affirmation of their autonomy.
Almost in the same way, the Locanda Barbarossa opened on 26 October 2004 after a major renovation which had as its objective the restoration of the structure and the conservation of the stone, some of which were used to further characterize the place such as the battlements of the dividing wall of the two rooms and the embattled turret that covers the pizza oven.

Our philosophy

The philosophy that animates the spirit of the place is very simple, serving excellent pizza accompanied by unsophisticated but tasty and abundant cuisine, what characterizes both is the freshness and quality of the raw materials.

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Allergen List

In compliance with the European Union Regulation No. 1169/2011,in the list below you will find some allergens (substances that are usually harmless to most people, but which in some individuals are capable of producing allergic manifestations of various kinds).

1 – Cereals containing gluten Wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, kamut or their hybridized strains and derived products. Wheat-based glucose syrup, including dextrose, is excluded; wheat-based maltodextrins; glucose syrups made from barley and cereals used in the manufacture of alcoholic distillates, including ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin.
2 – Crustaceans and crustacean products All products that may contain crustaceans, even in trace amounts.
3 – Eggs and egg products Products that may also contain trace amounts of eggs.
4 – Fish and fish products with the exception of fish gelatine used as a carrier for vitamin or carotenoid preparations and gelatine or isinglass used as a fining agent in beer and wine.
5 – Peanuts and peanut products All products that contain peanuts or may also contain traces of peanuts
6 – Soya and soybean products However, there is no obligation to report the presence of refined soybean oil and fat; natural mixed tocopherols (E306), natural D-alpha tocopherol, natural D-alpha tocopherol acetate, natural soy-based D-alpha tocopherol succinate; vegetable oils derived from phytosterols and soy-based phytosterol esters; or plant stanol ester produced from soybean-based vegetable oil sterols.
7 – Milk and milk-based products Lactose is included in this section, but not whey used in the manufacture of alcoholic distillates or milky.
8 – Nuts Namely: almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, agachu nuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, pistachios, macadamia nuts or Queensland nuts and their products.
9 – Celery and celery products All products that contain or may contain celery, even in trace amounts.
10 – Mustard and mustard products All products that contain mustard, even in trace amounts.
11 – Sesame seeds and products thereof All those products that contain or may contain sesame and sesame seeds, even in trace amounts.
12 – Sulphur dioxide and sulphites Sulphites and sulphur dioxide in concentrations above 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/litre in terms of total SO2 to be calculated for products as offered ready for consumption or reconstituted in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions.
13 – Lupin and lupin products All products that may contain lupins even in trace amounts.
14 – Molluscs and mollusc products