Gurdulù, a character from the novel "The non-existent knight" by Italo Calvino, represents life lived in a carefree, instinctive way, in constant motion. In the same spirit, chef Stefano Cavallini continues his idea of cooking. It was Gualtiero Marchesi who trained him in the kitchens of his Milanese restaurant, before sending him to the Halkin Hotel in London. Precisely in the British capital, his Italian cuisine, distinguished by his unspoken creativity, won a Michelin star, the first of an Italian abroad. From Gurdulù, to date he tells himself and his career with typical regional dishes, retouched with flair but always respectful of their heritage.