Crescentino is a small town by the river Po in Italy, located between Torino and Milan. A very small Piedmont town where you might not expect a sophisticated place to eat. Well, if this is your expectation then the Archigusto is quite a surprise. Located just across the street from the square, the restaurant has a light yet interesting decoration and an ambiance that gets you in the mood for a good meal. Not having many tables to attend, the service is efficient and quite personalized.
The food is very good, from the amuse-bouches (I had a delicious prosciutto) to the dessert (something with hazelnuts and dark chocolate). The specialties range from regional plates (such as the risottos - this is an area where rice is a major crop) to creative delicacies such as the asparragus mousse I had the pleasure to get.
A great dining experience.
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