A group of friends travelling together. A wild passion for markets, the most beautiful ones in Europe. The colours and spices of the Boqueria in Barcelona, the street artists at Covent Garden in London or the musicality of the Nagcsarnok in Budapest, not forgetting the history of the San Miguel in Madrid. The idea of relaunching the Mercato Orientale stems from the passion and friendship of a group of Genoeses in love with their city who today have the aim of bringing MOG among the ten most important city markets in Europe. They are trying to recover and bring back to life a forgotten space of great historical and architectural value. Many names have cropped up, but what is the best model to get inspiration from? All and no-one, because MOG wants to be unique and different, with a strong link to the territory but at the same time open to the world just like Genova. One the strengths of MOG is the green and eco-friendly look of the compostable materials used inside the market, as well as the quality of the products used by the skilled hands of the chefs, all strictly Genoese.