In a city filled with Sicilian food, Moltivolti is where you can find something totally unique. It opened around ten years ago by a team that represents eight different countries: Italy, Senegal, Zambia, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, France, Spain, and Gambia.
Moltivolti’s multicultural menu reflects their own backgrounds and more—you’ll find hearty dishes like Senegalese mafé, Tunisian brik, Ethiopian injera platters, and a selection of pasta dishes like lasagna and anelletti al forno on the menu.
More than just a place to eat, it’s known for its social justice activism, which includes advocating for refugee support organizations in the Mediterranean and creating community-building endeavors in the Ballarò neighborhood. Make a reservation for lunch or dinner, or swing by for breakfast or lunch and some wifi—laptops are welcome in the mornings and afternoons.