Opened in 1721, it is the oldest restaurant in Turin.
Here you will dine in a setting of white-and-gilt walls,
crystal chandeliers, and gilt mirrors.
The chef (who has received many culinary honours),
offers white truffles in many of his specialties.
The assorted fresh antipasti are excellent and the best pasta dish is the regional agnolotti piemontesi.
Main dishes, which deserve special praise,
include the agnolotti with truffles and the beef braised in Barolo wine.
Artichokes stewed with bone marrow and truffles, girello aromatizzato alla piemontese,
and tonno di coniglio a la maniere antica (rabbit)
are some trademark specialties,
that are derived from old recipes of the southwestern Alps.
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