Osteria Disguido offers a high-quality menu with carefully selected seasonal ingredients in a lively and informal setting.
The menu varies according to market availability, but there is never a shortage of fresh, handmade pasta, a distinctive element of Osteria’s gastronomic offerings, as well as Piedmontese starters and tastings of cured meats and cheeses selected by Ugo Alciati.
Every day at lunchtime, starters with local delicacies, first courses with fresh homemade pasta, main courses with fine local meats, and desserts freshly prepared by the chef.
In Piedmont, art and culture masterfully go hand in hand with a rich wine and food tradition. From its culturally most relevant cities, like Turin, to its hills, where some of Italy’s most prestigious wines are born, Piedmont cuisine is renowned globally for its diverse and unique offerings. In particular, the Langhe territory, on top of being the cradle of some of the most sought-after food and wine products of the entire peninsula – just think of the white truffle of Alba or the Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto wines – has been declared the 50th Italian site protected by UNESCO for its cultural landscape and vineyards.