We're trying a new restaurant to us - Vigin Mudset, located opposite the Chiesa di San Giuseppe.
Its focus in on traditional piemontese dishes and amongst the usual suspects they offer a 26 course fritto misto (needs to be booked in advance).
Carne Cruda - quite a decent serving, excellent meat, simple flavourings.
Paalo orders the misto di antipasti caldi (mixed hot antipasto) which starts with this plate
eggplant baked with tomato - spinach flan - bread with fonduta - polenta with black truffle sauce
A lovely plate indeed but it was only the start - a few moments later this appeared
roasted yellow capsicum with bagna calda (I absolutely loved this anchovy rich version and probably ate most of it)
They weren't finished - one final dish to complete the set
sausages cooked in barolo - really meaty sausages swimming in a rich sauce.
I doubled down on meat and ordered the bistecca - cooked rare as ordered, served with roasted rosemary and garlic potatoes and sweet carrots
Paalo choose the Brasato al Barolo - braised beef in Barolo - just look at the colour of that sauce!
Paalo decided on their unusual non-coffee tiramisu - lovely light sponge, rich mascarpone and dark caramel sauce
I had the more traditional bonet - delicious.
Overall, a pretty good dinner - and they also have a well priced wine list. Definitely worth a revisit.
Ristorante Vigin Mudset
Via Vernazza 11
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