Attended a great event with 3 courses meal. Best escargot ever, nice cheese, risotto, all good. Recommended.
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Wow! Excellent place, we had a fantastic lunch there, memorable one, all dishes are very well prepared, satisfying the taste buds of Italian cuisine and truffle lovers. Definitely a must try in the region of Piemonte.
I stayed in Cherasco for two nights in nearby Napoleon hotel. Tried this restaurant the first evening for having good TA ranking and also close walking distance from hotel. The first visit was with 2 colleges from work where we shared bottle of red wine...More
We were looking for a place to meet some friends from another town. We selected Cherasco as it was the same distance for both couples. Based on the reviews of others on TA, we selected Pane e Vino. The small entrance on the street does...More
Fortunately we got -without reservation - a table for dinner. The owner suggested fine local prosecco and wine (you get it by glass!!) and fantastic risotto and as second fried mushrooms. Both in highest fresh quality and very delicious. Reservation is recommend
My wife and I had an amazing experience here. We came in with a reservation and were greeted like they had been expecting old friends. The owner and his wife run this place. The service was fantastic!! We weren't really sure what to order and...More
We had reserved a table for three a Thursday night. Unfortunately we had to leave the day after, why we could not revisit the restaurant! We got a very warm welcome by the owner (who speaks good English) and were seated in the lovely and...More
We would've never found this treasure of a restaurant unless the town of Barolo was shut down for a huge festival. I'm so glad we did. The traditional Piedmont menu was wonderful. Anti pasti with sausage, Vitello tonato and beef tartare, pasta with sausages as...More
Good food, great staff, beautiful setting - it was so good we went back the next night. It is run by a husband and wife team who were happy to advise and let us taste the Barolo, Barbera and Dolchetto wines.