Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Castagnole Lanze including Le Fate, Wine Story, vecchia locanda roma, Bottega Di Rosanna, Osteria L'Oca Giuliva, Pan Pist, Il Laghetto, Enoteca al Nido della Cinciallegra di Michela Gallo, Osteria dell'Asilo, La Luna nel Pozzo
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4 based on 467 reviews
There were not so many tables taken when we visited, so the restaurant lacked atmosphere. But, the food was excellent, esp. the pasta dishes. The service was very professional and personal. There were some nice touches, such as the homemade plate of biscuits with coffee. Itâs a nice restaurant, good food and service and the price point is expensive from a British point of view but comparable with the main hill town restaurants in that area.
4 based on 126 reviews
The old nursery school in Coazzolo has been attentively refurbished to flourish once more as an appealing, stylish osteria with rooms that create a unique, welcoming ambience. The cuisine is inspired by Piedmontese tradition, reworked with creativity and
Unique setting- the view from the terrace is amazing-snow capped mountains as a backdrop for rolling hills and hilltop village. the restaurant inside is also quite quaint, looking like an old house rather than some anonymous building. The food did not match the setting. Nothing was really bad but far from memorable. The ravioli were on the side of being overcooked, the lamb was dry. Recommended if you want to spend a nice lunch on the terrace but not if you have only a few meals to catch in the region and wish to get a taste of the amazing food around.
4 based on 218 reviews
Relaxed, generous hosts who share their warm enthusiasm for the wonderful range of local wines which you can browse and taste without pressure. A must visit when we next return!
4 based on 75 reviews
You can sample local produce including wines and dishes of the Langhe and Monferrato, the hand made ravioli and Plin, Bagna cauda, boar, trout and eel, great fried mixture of meat and fish.
Pleasant and with a good regional cuisine. Parking area. Good selection of regional wines. I recomend.
4 based on 36 reviews
Di rientro dalla visita alla bella Neive abbiamo sostato al Pan Pist (prenotato tramite TheFork ).Ottima lâaccoglienza che ha fatto dimenticare la non ottima posizione del locale sito su una strada abbastanza trafficata. Locale ordinato e fine.MenÃ¹ non vasto ma la cosa a noi non Ã¨ dispiaciuta. Meglio pochi piatti ma buoni.Giusto mix di tradizione e curiositÃ dovute, forse, al cuoco che viene da lontano e ha portato alcune, piacevolissime, influenze orientali. Fantastico lo strudel di melanzane e salsiccia di Bra con burrata e salsa ai peperoni, battuta di Fassona e suffleâ con porcini, chiodini e taleggio. Tagliarin al ragÃ¹ al coltello, plin, spezzatino.... tutto veramente da lode! Forse un passo in piÃ¹ per lo strudel salato e le verdurine che accompagnavano la carne. Buoni i dolci tradizionali e ottimo il bere consigliatoci (calice di barbera ... top e nebiolo). Prezzo corretto vista lâottima qualitÃ ... forse un filo alto ma smussato dallo sconto di TheFork correttamente applicato.Cortesi fino alla fine con il proprietario che ci ha offerto un buon caffÃ¨ e un ottimo assaggio del primo panettone della stagione.
4 based on 157 reviews
We have been eating here for some years now and have always found the food, wine and service to be first class. Warm friendly atmosphere prevails. Dishes are superbly prepared and cooked by Chef Deborah Cannistraro. I just know that you will not be disappointed should you choose to eat here. A menu and wine list to suit all pockets and palates.Nothing is to much trouble for the staff, always ready to help. We look forward to our next visit.
4 based on 97 reviews
Beautifully presented Piemontese cucina. The menu degustazione is just â¬25 and the service friendly & impeccable. 2 antipasti, primo, secondo, dolce, cafÃ© & water and the house wine just â¬9. Another inexpensive place to add to my list of favourites. Unfortunately as it was dark we were unable to see the views but a lunch or summer visit beckons.
4 based on 203 reviews
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Family run and family style restaurant with good food and nice service. Very good pasta and good desserts.
4 based on 246 reviews
We had a delightful meal at Wine Story. Itâs truffle season and, having tasted them earlier in the week, at a modest little lunch spot, at a modest price, we were very keen to sample some more. This time the waiter brought a basket of deliciously stinky white truffles to choose from. Our chosen truffle was weighed, and a price per gramme quoted. Did we work it out? No. Truffle was ceremoniously grated over all our food. Delicious! When the bill came, the price for the truffle, scribbled in pencil on a piece of paper, came to 95 euros. Dearie me. At first we thought weâd been taken for a ride. But other guests at our B&B told of a 195 euro truffle, seen at a local restaurant earlier in the week. Truffles are apparently like diamonds - the bigger ones command higher prices! An experience and a half . But one that will break the bank if repeated soon. Service was excellent and the restaurant went to some trouble to accommodate dietary requirements.
4 based on 430 reviews
My pizza and Picky Partner's mixed grill were the largest serves we have ever had! We could only get through half and the kind staff packed the rest for us to take home. My pizza also had the most topping I have ever had. Overall, great - and generous - food, kind wait staff and great value. Definitely recommend and we would be happy to return.
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