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The Bovio family, one of the oldest families of restaurateurs in Piedmont, already managers of the well-known Ristorante Belvedere of La Morra for more than 40years, has now moved to a new place, in a panoramic position among the vineyards of Barolo. Alessandra, together with her father Gian Bovio, continue the family tradition in the dining room.
All reviews white truffle veal tartare tasting menu goat fonduta antipasti great view overlooking the valley truffle season service was impeccable huge wine list set menu nice restaurant barolo area by the glass food and wine views
The moment you sit and see the amazing view nothing can go wrong, The food was as good as the view.
The homemade pasta with morel mushrooms was not amazing but good as my wife said.
My dishes the the stuffed zucchini flowers and the...More
We chose to stay in La Morra simply in order to eat again in this wonderful restaurant. Situated on a hill with views overlooking the valley, the views, food and service are all excellent. There is also a courtyard which is very pleasant to eat...More
Up the hill and far away you go to find this special restaurant overlooking Le Langhe. The service is very professional. The menu is simply sensational. I have rarely had such an excellent wine reduction with my RAVIOLI (Raviolini del Plin). The wine list is...More
My wife and I had this restaurant reserved for us as the one initially recommended was closed on a Monday. No idea about the original restaurant but this was inspired.
Overlooking the valley as the sun went down we were treated to the gastronomic menu....More
Classy spot. Service bit stoic but good. Extensive wine list or bring your own for 5€pp. warm quail salad with truffles amazing. Tortellini with rabbit and artichoke very good Lamb steaks not what I expected but tasty
We had a few dishes including the risotto and goat. The risotto was very salty, but taste wasn't bad. We LOVED the goat. The meat was very soft and smelled good as well. Overall service was great. I thought the restaurant might serve okay food...More
We eat here every year and I am always looking forward to my dinner. I usually know more or less what I am going to have and it never fails me. The gluten free pasta (not the penne but the tagliatelle) is gorgeous and the...More
Long before we left for Italy and knowing we would be there at the beginning of White Truffle Season, I decided we should end our four days dining at a very special restaurant. Of course, never having been to Piemonte, what should that restaurant be?...More
Very nice restaurant below La Morra with stunning view. The menu is excellent, discovery menu for 47€, great deal and great wines by the glass, took 4 and each time the bottle was freshly opened. Very efficient and friendly staff. Would love to come back...More
We made reservations. We arrived and the noise was deafening. The host showed us to our table next to a table of british tourists of 4 adults and 4-6 children. The lunch went downhill from there. We ordered the "menu" and a nice bottle of...More
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Italy is quite flexible nowadays. Bovio offers a tasting menu, but if you go a la carte, traditionally you would each order an antipasto, a primo (pasta or risotto), a main course, possibly cheese and or dessert. But many... More
Italy is quite flexible nowadays. Bovio offers a tasting menu, but if you go a la carte, traditionally you would each order an antipasto, a primo (pasta or risotto), a main course, possibly cheese and or dessert. But many choose between the various plates and skip one or two plates. Sharing is more usual at less formal restaurants than Bovio, but is also possible.