The concept of Slow Food is important not only because it preserves culinary traditions but its significance also lies in the richness, wellness, and depth it presents. You will discover seven amazing restaurants living by the Slow Food concept and thriving in Piedmont.

1. Le Torri, Castiglione Falletto, Italy -

At the Ristorante Le Torri, located in the ancient medieval village of Castiglione Falletto, an elegant but familiar environment with breathtaking views awaits you. Their seasonal menu, which accommodates land and sea, is extensive, exciting, and full of innovative traditional recipes. These offerings are made with local, quality, and genuine raw materials.

Address:Piazza Vittorio Veneto, 10, 12060 Castiglione Falletto CN, Italy
Phone: 00 39 0173 62937
Website: http://www.ristoranteletorri.it
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ristoranteletorri
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ristorante_le_torri

2. La Piola, Alba, Italy -

A place where traditional dishes are eaten accompanied by generous glasses of local wine, La Piola's atmosphere is friendliness, fun, and togetherness. As faithful interpreters of their land's gastronomic tradition and significance, the typical Langa cuisine dominates La Piola. Their menu obeys the market and the seasons, hence, changes very often. Hinged on their respect for and appreciation of art, each of the 36 plates in The Piola portrays works of art made by nine famous American artists. It is a whole experience of deliciousness, beauty, and marvel!

Address:Piazza Risorgimento, 4, 12051 Alba CN, Italy
Phone: 00 39 0173.442800
Website: http://www.lapiola-alba.it/en/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/La-Piola-Alba-336981993073983
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lapiolaalba

3. L'Osteria del Vignaiolo, La Morra, Italy -

Rustic-elegant, with a lovely outdoor area, the cuisine of Vignaiolo is typical yet creative. The menu is abundant, offering traditional dishes and innovative ideas. For different seasons, they harness various products to explore and utilize. In summer, they serve options such as; rosy veal with tuna sauce, rabbit salad, fried mushrooms, stracotto all'arneis, boned guinea fowl with olives, which give way to winter traditional braised meats, tartrý and more. Also, the desserts here, such as; nougat semifreddo, stuffed peaches, and other seasonal delights, are delicious too. All ingredients/products used in this wheelchair-accessible restaurant are of great quality. Other highlights of the restaurant are; the wine list, which offers over 300 labels, timely balanced service, and rapt attention to guests.

Address:12064 La Morra, Province of Cuneo, Italy
Phone: 00 39 01 73 50 335
Website: http://osteriadelvignaiolo.it
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Osteria-Del-Vignaiolo/115541625188840

4. Campamac Osteria in Barbaresco, Barbaresco, Italy -

At this gourmet osteria, you get to choose what you want to eat right from the entrance. The Campamac menu follows the season and land offer: from the alba truffle, the tajarin, the typical Langa pasta with egg yolks, to veal with tuna sauce. An amazing highlight is their weekend fish menu with fish from the Adriatic Sea and San Remo. Also, Campamac Osteria is one amazing spot where you can eat genuine cuisine made with mostly local raw materials. Their offerings are also made with strong attention to simplicity and tradition. A place you can feel warm and welcome, in this restaurant, you also get to contribute to the preservation of traditions of the old Langa taverns. There is no doubt that genuineness, passion, and taste live here.

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Address:Str. Giro della Valle, 1, 12050 Barbaresco CN, Italy
Phone: +39 0173 635051
Website: http://www.campamac.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/campamac
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/campamac

5. Ristorante Bovio, La Morra, Italy -

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Bovio is all about expressing authenticity, creativity, and tradition laced with innovation in gastronomy. Asides from their beautiful space full of life and love, another great detail of this food place is their exciting cuisine. They offer dishes full of flavours and character, from the main options to desserts and wine; they all make up a fine gastronomic experience.

Address:Via Alba, 17/Bis, 12064 La Morra CN, Italy
Phone: +39 0173 590303
Website: http://www.ristorantebovio.it/ita
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ristorantebovio
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ristorante_bovio

6. All'enoteca, Canale, Italy -

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In this restaurant, light-filled space with a beautiful terrace, the cuisine tells the story of the territory. The menu follows the seasons of Langa and Roero but opens up to combinations of colours and flavours inspired by creativity and culinary traditions from around the world.

Address:Via Roma, 57, 12043 Canale CN, Italy
Phone: +39 0173 95857
Website: https://www.davidepalluda.it
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Davide-Palluda-Chef-732156406801070
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidepalluda

7. Osteria Tastè, Tre Stelle, Italy -

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Located within the walls of the old school of Tre Stelle (a UNESCO heritage site), in the heart of the Langhe, Osteria Tastè showcases traditions of good food through their creative and dynamic menu. They serve dishes that take you on a journey of flavours, textures, and spice and also guide you on the right option for each dish from their collection of elegant and refined wines.

Address:Strada Nicolini Alto, 10, 12050 Barbaresco CN, Italy
Phone: +39 339 209 2019
Website: http://www.osteriataste.it
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/osteriataste
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ste_bibuz

 


For these restaurants to reconcile tradition and innovation, there is also respect for the land, the ingredients from the land, the farmers/suppliers, and mother nature that makes it all possible. So be sure to be taken on a ride through the flavours and colours of territories in Piedmont and beyond.