Locate in the heart of the Quadrilatero Romano, behind Porta Palazzo, this restaurant has been part of the city’s food industry for 500 years. Its exposed beams, wooden panelling and dishes in which tradition is revisited continue to attract Torinesi and tourists (foreigners and Italians alike) who want to know the absolute musts of Piedmontese cuisine. Here you’ll find the classic meat tartare with Robiola cheese cream and the pears in red wine sauce as well as the crispy veal head. When in season you’ll find the “bagna cauda” while the codfish confit is available year round. From their first courses you should try the agnolotti with three braised meats and the “tajarin” with sweetbread ragout. Among the second dishes the house “finanziera”, the braised “guanciale” and the classic boiled meat cart with its seven cuts of meat and seven accompanying sauces. In addition to the rich cheese cart, you’ll also find the popular “bunet” and “bicerin”. The wine list offers the best of Piedmontese labels including the prized Nebbiolo but there is also a selection of national and international wines. A meal will set you back about 40 to 50 euro.
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