Refined restaurant located in Buriasco, in the province of Turin, consists of a massive building defended by a wall with cylindrical corner tower. Currently it houses a restaurant where genuine Italian cuisine shows various incursions from the Emilian gastronomy, in homage to the chef's origins.
Castello di Buriasco History
The Castle of Buriasco is the happiness of the scholars of local history, because it can boast an uncommon chronological documentation, very detailed, on its origins: in 1305 Philip I of Savoy, first prince of Piedmont, invested in fact the faithful squire Guglielmo di Montbel del fief of Buriasco and here he erected the castle.
Intact in its structure, inserted in a large garden with a romantic pond, it has high crenellated walls, drawbridge, moat, representative halls, elegant mullioned windows and sharp arches, rustic cellars.
Unique in terms of decorations and sumptuousness are the Imperial Hall and the Pompeian, with valuable 18th-century frescoes; In bricks, however, and more properly medieval, the Armory Room and the Tavern.
A perfect and suggestive setting for a day of celebration, a business meeting, a gala reception or, more simply, to enjoy good Italian cuisine, which reveals clear Emilian influences. The chef prepares homemade pasta and desserts every day, including specialties such as tagliolini with porcini mushrooms and cakes of all kinds. The wine list is Italian and only rarely gives way to foreign products.
The catering activity also includes an efficient catering service with a mobile kitchen for the preparation of private banquets.