Not really a restaurant tip here but rather a suggestion to try and visit local festivals, named "Sagre" in Italian. Most of these occur once a year on a fixed date associated to the typical local food or produce.
The origin of such events dates back a few centuries, even millennia ago, therefore next to being a "living museum" preserving the local traditions of a certain area, smalltown or village.
Food is generally inexpensive and served at stands or inside a temporary canopy or awning. Always a great experience!
List of "Sagre" of Piemonte
(Serch criteria by month or by province)
A nice friendly restaurant in caluso - which serves both pizza and more regular meals. the chef is from liguria, so the best specialities he cooks are from his home area.
Favorite Dish: trenette al pesto... definitely one of the best pesto i've ever eaten. the others in the party say that the seafood pasta was delicious too. and for dessert: nutella pizza!
I seem to end up here most of the time I am in Torino. I walk the streets near the hotel if I can...more
Being one of the best hotels in Stresa, the Regina Palace is located on the avenue along the bank of...more
Via Torino 7, Mombaruzzo, 14046, Italy
Good for: Solo