The event that is taking place on January 31 at the starred restaurant 21.9 of Chef Flavio Costa at Tenuta Carretta, in Piobesi d’Alba, will be a reunion of two old friends from Liguria, as well as colleagues, for a 4 hands dinner.
The flavors of Liguria will been with the culinary tradition of Piedmont, the region that since 2016 has being giving voice to the fine and brilliant creativity of chef Costa.
For the occasion the two chefs will serve their most representative dishes: fish and rabbit for Ricchebuono, stuffed pasta and game for Flavio, but gastronomic contaminations and pleasant surprises are to be expected.
For the occasion the friend Giorgio Servetto from Ristorante Nove in Alassio will join the starred couple.
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The first one dates back to 2002, and we have kept it tight ever since!
Thank you so much to my wife Alessia, my daughter Martina, my sous chef Mirko Lacota, to the kitchen and serving staff, who have done a very good job! Thank you also to the Ravera family, with whom I have the pleasure to share the prestigious location of the “Palazzo Vescovile“ in Noli. And now let’s go on, towards new destinations and even more ambitious targets!
On December 2 the restaurant will celebrate its first birthday with a big party to be attended by the authorities and illustrious guests, including Chef Ricchebuono and his wife Alessia.
The best traditional Italian cooking, and particularly the flavours of Liguria, are featured at Ristorante Felice, where Chef Ricchebuono has some great surprises in store for Christmas and the New Year.
At 11:00 Sunday 14 October 2018, the artistic duo Bianco-Valente will be back at Ristorante Vescovado to unveil the work of art they produced for the third Dialoghi d’Arte Contemporary Art Festival, where they worked on a project with Chef Giuseppe Ricchebuono reflecting on the relationship between art and food.
"The photographic work we created after our stay in Noli is entitled "La mia generazione", “My generation”. We imagined it when we thought about the deep link with the local land evident in the day-to-day work of all the people we met during our stay in Liguria.
Food and good wine become a pretext for representing how people express their love of the land they live in and emphasise the significance of the lives of those who lived in the same place before them.
This is the meaning of the root drawn on the palm of the hand, through which we relate to the world around us.”