Eataly celebrates the traditional Piemonte cuisine with a special focus on its cheeses.
Torino, the capital of Piemonte, is celebrated for rich museums, fashionable car companies, and – most significant for us – the birthplace of Eataly!
80% of the Italian cheese production is from Alpines areas and the Piemonte mountain pastures and green hills give us a great variety of them and are some of Italy’s most luxurious.
In fact, cheese in Piemonte is known as white gold.
The cheeses of Piemonte are wonderfully mild and creamy, can be fresh or aged and enjoyed in traditional dishes or on artisanal bread and jam.
This region is rich in history, remarkable cultural heritage and has become one of Italy’s culinary centres. Known for amazing cheeses, from the soft goat, sheep and cow’s milk Robiola to aged Castelmagno DOP, IGP protected hazelnuts from Bra, which is also the Slow Food movement capital.
Come to Eataly in April and taste the Piemonte Menu:
SELEZIONE DI FORMAGGI PIEMONTESI
Choose from our selection of Piemontese cheeses, all accompanied by homemade jam and honey MARKET PRICE
INSALATA DI MANZO ARROSTO
Thinly sliced slow roasted ribeye, mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, IGP Piemontese hazelnuts with a delicate Toma Piemontese DOP cheese dressing. 69AED
PLIN DI CARNE
Homemade fresh pasta stuffed with braised beef in a Beppino Occelli butter and sage sauce, toasted IGP Piemontese hazelnuts and Castelmagno DOP cheese. 69AED
PIZZA ROBIOLA, SALAME E PORCINI
Soft Piemontese Robiola and fresh Mozzarella cheese. Goose salami and porcini mushrooms. 119AED
Slowly braised lamb shank in a rich meat gravy with your choice of side dish. 99AED
LOMBATA ALLA GRIGLIA
Grilled marinated ribeye steak served with Piemontese salsa verde and you choice of side dish. 139AED
Made with 100% milk of “Bianca Piemontese” cows from Cuneo valley farms. 15EAD/Small, 24AED/Large
Eataly: Established in 2007 by former electronics entrepreneur Oscar Farinetti with the aim of making high-quality Italian food available to everyone, at affordable prices and in an informal environment where people can shop, taste and learn. Eataly opened its first 30,000 square feet location in a rundown vermouth warehouse in the Lingotto district of Turin, and has expanded ever since to 27 stores (10 in Italy, 13 in Japan, 1 in New York, 1 in Chicago, 1 in Turkey, and 1 located inside the Dubai Mall in Dubai, which opened its doors in December 2013). “We’re in love with food” and “Food unites us all” are just two of the key philosophies of the Manifesto of the food emporium that combines multiple restaurant stations with a cafe and gourmet farmers’ market.