La Cantina del Feudo
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Lonely Planet review
Frequented by locals in the know, this restaurant is tucked up a side street off the pedestrian Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. Eating here is like eating at your grandma’s house when everything was simpler yet the taste was still spot on. The menu changes daily but the emphasis is on vegetable dishes like white beans with chicory, noodles and turnip tops, and ravioli stuffed with cheese and topped with a spinach-cum-pesto sauce. The interior has a rural trattoria feel and there’s an outside terrace for al fresco dining.