Every three to four weeks, Russo travels to another part of Italy for inspiration and to buy ingredients he uses in Osteria Victor Russo. “Every region, every village in Italy has its own way of preparing food. Often the cooking methods have stayed more or less the same for centuries. This truly traditional food is what I want people to taste. Not spaghetti Bolognese and pizza.”To show the vast variety Italian cuisine has to offer, Osteria Victor Russo changes its entire menu every two to three weeks. Russo runs the osteria (Italian for ‘inn’) with a team of passionate Italian food lovers.