Balance, intuition, meditation, creativity and bent leading by Matteo Baronetto to a cuisine that eschews the architectural aesthetics in favour of an experience that involves all five senses. Disruptive, always experimental, especially cultivated; promoter of the raw material as the keystone of any composition.
Cavour was a regular, Casanova, Puccini, Balzac, Nietzsche, Verdi, Marinetti, D’Annunzio, the Agnellis, and the writer Mario Soldati are among the distinguished guests of Del Cambio; and straight foward how can we forget the divine essence: Eleonora Duse, Maria Callas and Audrey Hepburn, lovers of its salons.
Del Cambio is a never ending dream, it continues today, when sitting at the table of Cavour, dived in the architectural uniqueness of Piazza Carignano, we figure to walk and pleasantly chat surrounded by ladies, knights and any kind of figures. Del Cambio: the most elegant restaurant in the most elegant town of Italy; the only coffee-bar and then restaurant that since the very beginning serves on a plate the history of Italy and Europe.