Gastronomy in Aosta

Il Vecchio Ristoro

Originating from the Valtellina, Alfio Fascendini knows a thing or two about good food and wine. Sample the chestnut bread, the saffron-creamed pearl barley with crispy artichokes and the smoked fillet of bream.
Modern Italian in Aosta

Croix de Ville

Croix de Ville's smart, bustling dining room serves up contemporary Italian favourites such as tartares, beef tagliata (rare slices) with rocket and Parmesan, and Mediterranean-tinged pastas, dispensing with the str…
Trattoria in Aosta

Trattoria degli Artisti

Fabulous Valdostan cuisine is dished up at this dark and cosy trattoria, tucked down an alleyway off Via E Aubert. Antipasti such as puff pastry filled with Valdostan fondue, cured ham and regional salami are follow…
Alpine in Aosta

Osteria dell'Oca

Oca means 'goose' and there are plenty, both on the menu and reproduced in hilariously kitsch china forms around the room. This quaint perch under an archway off Via E Aubert is Valdostan food heaven: dig into one-p…
Pizza in Aosta


You might be lured here by the pizza (which is good), but you'll stay on for the atmosphere, with convivial staff, happy locals and a wonderful position by the Roman ruins.
Italian in Aosta

Vecchia Aosta

Grafted onto a section of the old Roman wall, the Vecchia's setting is highly atmospheric. No post-piste boozer, this is a formal place with knowledgeable, sometimes capricious, staff and a traditional menu that inc…