Roofed with a spectacular transparent "sail", that allowed enjoying the sight of the architectural structure, the restaurant was a coveted location for exclusive events and the place where institutional dinners of the delegations of Expo take place. The terrace on the fifth floor offered a unique view of the Tree of Life.
At Expo, the experience Peck gained as selector and producer of artisanal rarities was reflected in the gastronomic celebration of the Italian territory’s biodiversity and of foods and wines that best represent it, reinterpreted by Chef Matteo Vigotti in the menu.
In the DNA of Peck, there has always been both the commitment to self-produce some of its most representative delicacies and the will to work with small-scale Italian excellence producers.
This kind of approach has helped many small high-quality food businesses to grow and to reach new markets and consumers - international as well - thanks to the visibility provided by Peck.
This is a righteous example of industry integration, which allows Peck to offer the best to its customers, and to grant its partners the chance to grow and to assert themselves.