Tried & tested in Piemonte, Italy

For all the foodies out there, Piemonte should be on your bucket list as being the 2nd most Michelin awarded region in Italy.

Can’t decide which restaurant to pick? Here are some of our recommendations meant to make the selection easier.

Antiche Volte, Fossano – this place is truly special to us, we can’t find enough words to describe how much we love it!

http://www.palazzorighini.it/antiche-volte/?lang=en

La Ciau del Tornavento, Treiso – beautiful setting, overlooking the vineyards towards the Alps.

https://www.laciaudeltornavento.it/it/

Da Francesco, Cherasco – absolutely a MUST is the WHITE CHOCOLATE MOUSSE, PASSION FRUIT, BITTER CACAO CRUMBLE, probably the most memorable dessert we’ve ever head.

http://www.ristorantedafrancesco.com/it

Marc Lanteri Al Castello – our favourite was the Vitello tonnato

http://www.castellogrinzane.com/en/ristorante

Guido, Serralunga d’Alba – excellent Piedmontese cuisine, making this restaurant a must for fans of the region’s gastronomy. Loved everything, from the joyful design of the menu to the beautiful steak tartare,

http://www.guidoristorante.it

Where to stay? There’s no better place in the region as Palazzo Righini! This place is like a fairytale!

http://www.palazzorighini.it

See you soon, Piemonte!

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  1. We just spent four nights at Palazzo Righini. Excellent hotel. Flavio and Laura are wonderful hosts. Antiche Volte is an amazing restaurant. Fozzano is a great “home base” for making day trips into wine country. Molto bene!

    Other excellent restaurants: Locanda in Cannubi in Barolo, Il Centro in Priocca and Le Pietmontesine in Igliano.

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