The ancient cellars of the building offer the “Trattoria” a warm and welcoming atmosphere under powerful vaults and thick exposed brick walls. Large arches in ancient bricks divide the large space that occupies an entire side of the building, where exposed brick walls alternate with plastered ones and coffere between past centuries and modern design: an ancient well, fine terracotta, antique woods, medieval atmospheres with old wooden beams, large wrough iron chandeliers, sparkling lights on the cabinets’ glass, fabrics that lend a touch of modernity to the intimate and charming surroundings, with golden reflections.
The furniture is elegant and essential: an antique sideboard, leather armchairs and custom-made lamps, simple natural wood tables, even modular.
Enjoying a romantic dinner in a reserved corner between the glass cases that house the crystal glasses. Meeting for family meals to remember special occasions. Organizing dinners for companies, groups or associations. These are all occasions made unforgettable by the cozy atmosphere under the old vaults of the “Trattoria”, by the taste of the dishes of the chef Flavio Ghigo, by an elegant and at the same time simple service.
At lunch also salads and single dishes can be chosen, in order to combine the quality of the environment and a quick and informal service with the needs of those who want a light meal or have very little time available.
A private room allows maximum privacy for meetings up to 8 people, while for social occasions up to 120 seats (weddings or corporate events) it is possible to request exclusive use of the restaurant.
During the summer, depending on the climatic conditions, the restaurant moves to the internal courtyard, sheltered by large umbrellas, in a harmonious space that exploits the architecture of the Palace.
The dishes offered in the “Trattoria” allow you to savor the best of the Piedmontese tradition, thanks to a strong link with the territory and a great attention to the raw material, which is chosen on the basis of a direct relationship with the producers.
Among the typical dishes on offer we mention the inevitable fresh homemade “Pasta”, the “Piedmontese Fassona” meat, raw or cooked in its variants and the assortment of typical desserts of old Piedmont, such as the “Bunet”, the “Zabaione” egg cream with corn cookies or the hazelnut cake while for those who want a complete menu, the classic “Traditional Menu” is available.
This offer is complemented by some fish dishes, according to the best local traditions, from the fish of our streams to the anchovies that were used to came from Liguria along the ancient “Salt Pathway”, to the cod in its typical variations.
The chef is then available to organize lunches and dinners (starting from 10 seats) with menus chosen on the basis of specific customer requests.
EVERYDAY from 12.00 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. & 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.