There's been a change at the helm in the Due Buoi with the arrival of a young Japanese chef in the kitchen. Fans of traditional Piedmontese cuisine have no need to worry, however - although the menu now includes the occasional Japanese influence, such as the ravioli del plin in a katsuobushi broth, and the combination of pistachio with yuzu, the main focus here is still very much on dishes from the region.
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One MICHELIN Star : High quality cooking, worth a stop!
Using top quality ingredients, dishes with distinct flavours are carefully prepared to a consistently high standard.