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We had a nice outdoor diner on the cute square with friends. The tagliolini with porcini was excellent like last time. Did have the overall impression it was slightly less great then our last visit 2 years ago.
Staggered apon this restauraunt after a morning by the river. Ordered the Ravioli al castelmagno and the triangolo di ricotta e boraggine then the capretto. Everything was so so good and excellent service!
Visited this rural idyll with 8 Italians. They encouraged me to have the seasonal menu which in October was a 'mushroom' feast. Every course involved or included mushrooms in some form or other. I'm not a mushroom expert but the flavours were amazing and the...More
Being late I decided to stay overnight in the nice Valchiusella even if only two hours from home. Only one hotel, Miniere, good reviews. Found a room, ok. I realise a wedding party going on and inquire about a possibly noisy night: NO WAY, no...More
In the Miniere you can find the real piemontese cuisine, sometimes slightly changed with some degree of skill.
I suggest the "tagliolini ai funghi", "lumache alla diavola" and the "sfera", probably one the best desserts in my life.
I'd give 4.5 stars only because: 1)...More
Happened on this place by chance although we knew the area 40 years ago. We had the special menu "Il prato nel piatto" which is "field on a plate". This incorporated herbs and plants found in the mountains and high meadows in spring. Sensational flavours!!...More
Very good food, presented with harmony and elegance.
You can eat all kind of food, meat, fish, rice, pasta and gnocchi, all reminding of Piedmontese tradition.
Cakes are fab!
The waiter was very kind and looked after us during all dinner without being annoying.
We stopped here for lunch after a short hike in Gran Paradisio. The views of the valley below even through the fog were breathtaking as was our late lunch. This is mushroom season in Piemonte and the chef here had us eating in heaven.
It's a well-known restaurant, and I'd completely agree despite some little shallowness.
Probably, these (I repeat) little problems were related to the fact that it was the 26th of December, immediately after Christmas, but I'd suggest to the cook to avoid warmed up food, made...More