Ristorante Italia

Via Moretti, 19
closing: domenica sera e lunedì.
Tel: 0174701340

For those who arrive from Liguria through the Colle di Nava mountain pass, Ceva is known as the entrance door to the Piedmont region. The Italia restaurant was originally a coaching stop where Ligurian merchants would arrive with their merchandise and rent coaches and wagons to visit their Langhe clients with Ligurian products such as oil, olives and anchovies in tow. The stop also offered hospitality and refreshment and still does today in a warm and cozy atmosphere where the most classical dishes of Piedmontese cuisine are served up. Among the appetizers you’ll find “vitello tonnato”, russian salad, the Ceva frittata, fondue, meat tartare, and some classic dishes such as tagliolini, agnolotti, leek lasagne among their first courses. Second courses include Nebbiolo beef stew, local lamb, “finanziera”, and orange pork fillet.There are homemade desserts such as the classic “bunet”, chestnut creme caramel, and apple pie. There’s a wide and varied selection of wines with a lot of classic Piedmontese wines such as Barbera Dolcetto Barolo. Traditional menu for € 35 with two appetizers, a first course, a second course and dessert. The small menu from Monday to Friday for lunch at € 20 with a platter of cold cuts, a first or second course and dessert.

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