We enjoyed a lovely Sunday lunch at La Marlera in Mombaruzzo recently. The staff we dealt with were kind, welcoming, and provided good service, but spoke no English. We were offered English menus, which we declined. The Italian menu had 6 or 7 items under each of Antipasti, Primi, Secondi, and Dolce. The dishes are traditional Piemontese, with some touches that elevate the results. The wine list is heavily weighted toward the local vineyards and the Mombaruzzo Cantina Sociale , which is excellent and wins Italian and international awards every year for its wines. Reservations appear to be essential given that every table and every chair were filled. We saw no credit card machine and paid in cash. Parking near the restaurant can be an issue so scope out the situation on google maps ahead of time. We parked up near the Municipio and then walked down to the restaurant.
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