Terroir food! What a great connection with local ingredients and culture. The fried porcinis cannot be beat if you are lucky enough to come on a day they arrive as a special!
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Driving between Gap, France, and Torino, Italy, we concluded there was not choice but to stop at the next restaurant we ran across before reaching the autostrada. When La Cantina degli Alpini came into view I pulled over and said, "it's this or nothing." That...More
A warm environment is welcoming the guests, a fireplace in one of the rooms is ideal for a charming dinner... (to book asking that room ... on the left side) A reasonable mountain / local menu (not a huge variety of dishes) is proposed by...More
A very pleasant restaurant with good food, local specialities, well cooked & presented. Good service, friendly, efficient & unobtrusive. Definitely a place to which to return!
Reviews sum up perfectly this unassuming restaurant from this outside. Mama must be in the kitchen and she cranks out some solid Italian dishes at reasonable prices. Pastas are fresh and the different sauces make them come alive. Desserts are excellent. Add an excellent Italian...More
We have been going here every year for the past 10 years and it is consistently our favourite restaurant. We have travelled all over the world visiting hundreds of restaurants from casual dining to fine cuisine but this place, for us, offers the right mix...More
Stopping for lunch at the Alpini is a family tradition. And a valued one too. The menu is a short list of excellent seasonal dishes.
This is a regular haunt for us when we visit this area, which we have been doing for the past 12 years. This restaurant always "delivers" and we rate this as our number one favourite. The food is simply stunning with seasonal ingredients used throughout...More