Storia D’amore: Tiramisú Number 67,370

I had Tiramisú number 67370 at Storia D’amore in Bogotá, and I will treasure it for a long time.

One of my favorite desserts is the creamy and delicious Tiramisú. The best I’ve ever had was made by my wife at home, and when I see a place where I think it’s possible to get a good one, made as the recipe deserves, I try it. I have tried that dessert everywhere: from the Lemon Tiramisú on the Amalfi Coast at the Sal De Riso patisserie, to Italian restaurants in Venezuela like Come a Casa or the classic da Gaby and Tony in Chacao, and in several other cities around the world (maybe I should write a Top 10 ).

The thing is that when I went to discover the Storia D’amore restaurant in Bogotá, I knew the place was good, but I didn’t imagine that all the dishes would have a story behind them, much less that the Tiramisu would be so special.

Storia D’amore is in the T Zone of Bogotá, it is a three-story place with different ambiances, and it began as a small restaurant with a fairly limited menu, which grew and with that its locations. Particularly seeing that at the entrance they had not one but about eight wheels of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, I ordered the famous linguini a la ruotta, which did not disappoint at all.

And what about the Tiramisú?

But what about Tiramisú? It is obvious that I ordered it for dessert, at the suggestion of my friend Ariel Plabnik who had visited the place a couple of days before, and it turns out that this Tiramisú, in addition to being delicious, comes with a number, it was numbered.

Each piece that is cut is accompanied by a postcard with a unique number, and like a work of art that is made in series, like a screen print or a statue from which the artist made a cast, each of these desserts has a number that identifies it.

I had the Tiramisú #67,370, and I took my postcard home, it really was a moment in time and a flavour that I will treasure for a long time.

Where: Storia D’amore is located at Carrera 13 82 36, Bogotá 110221 Colombia
Phone: +57 310 7620025

When: They are open Mondays to Wednesdays from 12:00 to 22:00; Thursdays to Saturdays from 12:00 to 23:00 and Sundays from 11:30 to 20:00.

Reservations: Reservations encouraged by me, reserve in one of their five locations directly here.

Guillermo Amador

Guillermo is an Architect, Marketer, Podcaster, and his family calls him Master Chef at Home. His mother taught him how to cook and where to find delicious recipes: from books and magazines to the TV chefs he grow with, this site and the recipe book that goes with it is his way to say "thank you" to her, to them and "let's try it!" to you.

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