On San Francesco d’Assisi street and a few steps away from Piazza Solferino the Rabezzana wine bar is an institution: it promotes the Rabezzana wine label (they also carry labels from all over the world) since 1911. The osteria opened a few months ago in the basement of the building and chef La Padula from the Da Vinci of Scurzolengo has been serving up Monferrato cuisine specialties. The decoration is just like the one you would find in a French “cave” where you can go to listen to good music with barrel tables and contemporary art pieces on the walls. On the menu you’ll find dishes that range from round steak with Piedmontese sauce and two types of “bagna cauda”: normal and light with Jerusalem artichoke instead of garlic. The menu changes seasonally but you’ll always find the donkey meat and traditional plin “agnolotti”. Their wine list has over 900 labels which are also on sale at the wine bar. For those who aren’t able to finish a bottle the Osteria has reintroduced the old tradition of the “Buta Stupa” meaning that the client can take unfinished wine bottles home. A meal will set you back about 40 euro.
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Via San Francesco D'Assisi, 23/c
closing: Domenica e lunedì