Ristorante Monti

Via Lombriasco, 4
closing: Chiuso lunedì e sabato per pranzo. Aperto pranzo e cena da martedì a domenica
Tel: 0114332210

It will be love at first sight with this venue close to Piazza Adriano, which offers a genuine Piedmontese cuisine. The tasting menu, priced at 38 Euros, starts with a vitello tonnato whose meat and capers sauce both convey the soul of this region’s gastronomic tradition, and its typical flavors. Next, agnolotti with roast sauce and a meat and vegetables filling – once common in the countryside. Follows a light fritto misto (fried mix): its salted component boasts chicken and loin Milanese, veal meatballs, brains, testicles and liver; the sweet kick is given by bran, plums, bananas, and amaretto biscuit, among others. With a glass of wine, the price reaches 45 Euros. The a la carte menu offers traditional Piedmontese options, such as tartare, batsoa (pig’s foot), Torino fillet (battered with bread sticks called Grissini, so that it is also known as “Grissinopoli”), Finanziera (a dish loved by Cavour, with offal and giblets). Among the desserts the zabajone is recommended, but the bonet and the crepe suzette also won’t disappoint. The selection of wines is wide, with renowned labels from the whole region, but also bottles by smaller producers. The restaurant joined the Buta Stupa initiative, so you have the option to take the bottle home, if you don’t finish it.

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