Ciao a Te
Musée de l’Ancien Évêché
On place Notre Dame, the Italianate Cathédrale Notre Dame and adjoining 13th-century Bishops’ Palace – originally home to Grenoble’s...
Cathédrale Notre Dame
Le Tord Boyaux
More than 30 flavoured wines, some of them quite extravagant (violet, chestnut, Génépi, fig), and a blind test every Tuesday night to...
Herring and whisky pâté, quail with foie gras in sweet madeira sauce, brill in sorrel sauce or a simple deer stew are among the...
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Lonely Planet review
Stylish yet relaxed, Ciao dishes up authentic Italian cuisine: handmade pasta, crispy panzerotti (filled pastries), tender veal and the freshest seafood in town. It’s a Grenoblois favourite, so book ahead.