The restaurant had great reviews in a travel guide we bought, but was really disappointing in terms of atmosphere, service and food quality. VERY traditional dishes mediocre at best
This restaurant belongs to the Chef Bruno that is known as one of the best in Alba. I've been there several times and each one is better than the other. The servisse is very nice and the food is traditional Italian cuisine, very well prepared by the Chef. The restaurant is in the heart of Alba and there during season... More
We had dinner here in a big group and nevertheless everything was perfect. The chef Bruno was very attencious and spent time explaining the courses. It was great, tasty, and delicious food from the starters until the dessert. The atmosphere is very cozy. A decent wine list with wines from the region. Nice and cozy atmosphere! It is definitely a... More
We were three people for lunch on Saturday, October 18th, 2013, during the very busy Alba white truffle festival. We had not made plans for lunch far enough in advance, and this was the sixth or seventh place our hotel tried to book for us. I later understood why we were able to get a table. When we arrived it... More
Great, tasty, delicious food. Nice and cozy atmosphere! Everything is of the highest quality. The Chef and the owner Bruno is a really nice person! Would I recommend this place to my friends? - definitely YES!
Come here in the off -season during a weekday. The great thing about this place is the contact with the staff, especially the chef who is quite a character. I started with a glass of Arneis and some amuse bouche of spinach frittata which was excellent. The mixed lettuces with fresh artichoke hearts and herbs needed more lemon but was... More
3 courses with a glass of wine was €80. The food was mediocre at best. I'd much rather eat at Enolab or Lalibera, both of which would cost half as much. Little wonder why only 3 tables on a busy Sat night. Not going back even if you drag me by my hair!
I have been twice to this restaurant - it is good but does not live up to its promises. The food is good, the atmosphere is sort of pretentious and the price is....well, not adequate. The first time I went I was invited to a "no-truffle" menu. The food was appealing, not innovative in any way, but well cooked and... More
The restaurant is in the house of the chef and Owner Bruno, that is a special character. You can tell that he loves what he does....ask to visit the kitchen and you will see how perfectionist he is....he is also an excellent source if you want tips of places and restaurants to go in Piedmont. The food is great, the... More
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