Scrigno del Duomo

restaurants / Gourmet

Lonely Planet review

Trento's culinary and social epicentre is discreetly housed in a building dating back to the 1200s. Take the stairs down to the formal restaurant, with its glassed-in Roman-era cellar, for degustation dining. Or stay upstairs underneath the beautiful painted wooden ceiling for simple, stylishly done local specialities – stuffed rabbit, lake fish, asparagus lasagne with puzzone cheese from Moena, thyme-scented crème brûlée – many made with '0km'-sourced produce. A wine at the bar, with generous helpings of Scrigno's baton-like grissini (Turin-style breadstick), parmesan chunks and olives, is always a pleasure and the staff's advice on the list is spot on.