Bussia offers a tasting menu of four, five, or six courses, but I chose to go a la carte, not hungry enough for that much food. I had a soup of borlotti beans that included small cubes of gorgonzola and pieces of liquorice jelly. It was outstanding, perfect for a cold and rainy winter evening. I followed the soup with a pasta dish from the tasting menu - matagliata with wild boar sauce. Perfectly cooked pasta, rich and filled with flavor. I didn't have room for dessert, though I was tempted by the lemon souffle.
The wine list offers a good selection of wines by the glass (all Italian), but only one half bottle (a very expensive barolo). The glass of Langhe Nebbiolo I had was perfect.
Food of this quality is never cheap and I paid 40 euros for two courses and a glass of wine (no coffee). Expensive, yes, but not excessively so for a delicious meal.
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