We had a confusing meal with some good dishes and some less good. We had ordered the “surprise” menu, with paring wines. We really struggled trying to understand the chef’s philosophy....
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Easy to become blasé with regard to the excellent quality Piedmont cooking can offer but this meal was a step up from the norm and I would highly recommend. Elegant surroundings rather than grand but excellent service and attention to the dishes is what stands...More
One-Michelin star chef Davide Palluda is at the top of his game, with his inventive take on local Piedmontese classics. The restaurant is presented in clean and simple lines, providing the perfect backdrop. Service is attentive. Your experience begins with a delectable array of little...More
We have attanded this restaurant because the bistro downstairs was fully booked. We were lucky that we got a seats evened that we had not made a reservation. When we were seated we were the only guests in the dining room. However within some 30...More
The staff were all, as expected, ultimate professionals and our limited Italian was no issue. We sat outside on a balmy night which was lovely. From the snacks at the start to the post dessert snack trolley every mouthful was amazing. This was our favourite...More
Very nice rooms and interiour, sober. The food is great and the service top. Very good wine list. Moderate priced (65 euro per person, all included). Absolutely worth a visit. See all pictures and comments.
Over the last few months I must have tried some 10 michelin-starred restaurants in Europe and this is certainly the best. The restaurant is quite simple and unassuming. But food and service are fantastic. Davide Palluda is really nice and friendly and his cuisine is...More
This was less traditional, more avant-garde, than we were hoping for, but we found some good dishes on the a la carte menu that we liked a lot. Plus the kitchen made our special request for veal tonnato, which was very kind- and delicious! And...More
Great hidden enoteca. Recommended by local winery I visited. My family and I were the only ones eating at the time. We felt like royalty. My 11 year old son even tried their beef tartar, and loved it. Lovely afternoon.
We had dinner at Davide's restaurant with friends 6 years ago now, and our experience there has yet to be matched. My husband Steve and I were reminiscing about our our first trip to Canale in spring of 2010. Of all our fabulous dinners in...More