The age-old gastronomic tradition of Roero and the Langhe is a natural point of reference for the cuisine created here at Castello di Guarene, as well as the use of carefully selected natural ingredients and sheer creativity.

Every dish, even if it belongs to the most traditional canon of Piedmontese cuisine, is intriguingly different, and is served with true panache. The restaurant dining hall is a fitting compliment to the fine cuisine – the ceiling is divided into nine sail vaults in fine brickwork, supported by high pillars. On the walls are original paintings of landscapes, flowers and prominent figures from the Houses of Savoy and Roero.
Last but certainly not least, our cellar can boast the entire range of Piedmont’s finest wines – including the very rarest vintages, and also stocks various examples of the best quality wines from renowned Italian winemakers.


Our Restaurant is open to the public and for in-house guests every day for lunch and dinner.


Casual chic or semi-formal clothing is required.