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Eating around Aosta
There are a vast number of restaurants serving local specialities throughout the valley. Here are some of the ones we have tried and liked.
Ristorante Due Campane0165 56280
A new restaurant for 2014, which is actually in walking distance (if you don't mind a 20 minute walk down a hill). It is next to the golf club, on the road from Terra Alpina down to Gignod. More importantly, it is also extremely good - there are very few restaurants in the centre of Aosta better than this. The chef comes from a Michelin-starred retaurant and he really knows his stuff. At present, it is remarkably good value, with meals costing €20-30 per head. Once it gets established, we suspect the prices might go up.
Chez Edy0165 56272
As you drive towards Aosta from the house, the first village is Gignod. Just below the big church, there is a camp site on your left and a grocery on your right. Above the shop is a restaurant, Chez Edy. As well as the usual pasta, he makes extremely good starters including carpaccio of deer. His wine list is almost as big as Edy himself (if you go, you will see what we mean).
Recently awarded a Michelin star, it is one of the top restaurants in the region. It is also one of the closest to Terra Alpina (3 km up the main road towards Switzerland on the left hand side). It is for a special occasion with its superb vaulted stone ceiling and its modern twist on traditional cooking. It also has a very good local wine selection: Maurizio, the sommelier knows everything there is to know on the subject. Despite its quality, it is not stuffy. Up to €60 per head.
On one of the main pedestrian streets, very close to where you drive into Aosta from Gignod. It is where the locals go for a really good pizza (and pasta too). Good value with prices from €15 per head. It gets very busy, so try and book if you want to go at 8 pm on a weekend.
B63 Brewery and Brasserie
Right in the centre of Aosta, between the main pedestrian street and the Cathedral, almost next to Ad Forum (below). Decent home-made beers with good burgers and other pub-type food. Around €20 per head
L'uva e un quarto
Accessible either from the pedestrian street,called Croi de Ville, that runs north-south through the centre, or from the main road of Bonifacio Festaz. It is run by Roberto Jacquemod, who is one of only 36 master sommeliers in Italy. His knowledge is incredible but he is very modest with it. If you want to know more about wine, this is a very good place to start. He is always happy to help guests try new and interesting wines.
Ad Forum Di Guerrisi Cristain
North of the main square, Piazza Chanoux, it is a more modern restaurant than many in Aosta. In the summer, it has a very nice garden where you can eat. Around €25 per head.
Maison de Polenta
North of Gignod and shortly after La Clusaz, this is on the left, down some steps and is opposite a parking area with a couple of shops. it is very small but has some of the best traditional cooking in the area. About €30 per head.
La Vecchia Miniera
This is about 30 minutes drive, but is a lovely restaurant with top-quality food - it is a place people go for a very good meal, as it has absolutely no passing traffic, being at the head of a valley. Make sure it is open before you go, as it will not open if there are no bookings. About €35 per head
And now for something completely different. During the day, it is a piste-side restaurant, but at night it has a converted piste-basher that drives people up from Entreves. A great experience, and be sure to try the home-made pasta.