I was left enchanted by Murivecchi. The osteria resides on a quiet street and is barely visible from outside. You push an old door open and it feels like stepping into a different dimension.
The dining room is dimly lit and very quaint, making guests feel intimate and cosy. The vast majority of the furniture is antique, from the taller than normal tables on which you eat to the mismatched chairs.
The osteria offers a different menu each week, always centred around local cuisine but, unlike many other restaurants in the Langhe, they make less common dishes.
Out of the three dishes I had my favourite was the risotto with salsiccia di Bra and Barolo, it was sublime!