Le Petit Bellevue
- Valle d'Aosta style
Timetable:12:30 - 13:3019:30 - 21:00
Closing days in low season: Wednesday all day and from Monday to Friday at lunchtime
Address:Rue Grand Paradis, 22
Le Petit Bellevue, with its intimate and private atmosphere, is composed of six tables, each of which represents the dinners of various eras, from 1600 to the present day. Since 2003, the restaurant has been recognised with one Michelin star. The cuisine of the Petit Bellevue focuses on the mountain and Mediterranean tradition. Fabio Iacovone, the Chef, leads his brigade in the continuous search for new emotions without ever straying from tradition and the use of ingredients of great quality.
You can taste the Roots Menu (proposal of ancient recipes and products of Valle d’Aosta tradition) and the Surprise Menu (the creativity and imagination of the chef are the elements that join the best selected seasonal ingredients on the market to make up a “freehand” menu).
The wine cellar of the Bellevue restaurant and the Petit Bellevue offers 1600 labels (about 18,000 bottles), where you’ll find traditional producers with the most famous labels in the world and smaller ones, less known but equally interesting. Some producers use innovative techniques, always in the spirit of constant research, many of which present natural wines whose production avoids pesticides in the vineyards, sulphates and exogenous yeasts during vinification.
In 2017, 2018 and again in 2019, the wine list of the Petit Bellevue has received the “Best of Award of Excellence” (two glasses) from “Wine Spectator”, the prestigious American magazine specialised in wine culture. The wine cellar is managed by Rino Billia, the sommelier, assisted by Alessandro Moglia, the Maître d’Hotel.
Re Vittorio egg
Foie gras palette
Fassone fillet cooked in coarse salt and Cogne hay with Torrette Supérieur sauce
Trolley of cow, sheep and goat cheeses, produced in Italy, selected and matured by Roberto
La cantina vini del ristorante Bellevue e del Petit Restaurant accoglie 1600 etichette (circa 18.000 bottiglie), in cui sono presenti produttori tradizionali con le etichette più famose al mondo ed altri più piccoli, meno conosciuti ma altrettanto interessanti.
Guida Michelin 2019
Guida Identità Golose 2019
Gambero Rosso 2019
Gatti Massobrio 2019