Second installment of our Trento Pilgrimage series, before the grand finale…
Right on the main square across the cathedral, we continue our pilgirmage by ignoring the cathedral, and turning our attention instead, for a light meal, to one of the best value sanctuaries for the gastronome, the ‘upper’ informal section of the starred and deeply buried Lo Scrigno.
One is tempted by various types of cheeses and ‘salumi’, but we opt for some more proper dishes.
Puntarelle with seared tuna for example:
And in this salmon strudel
We absolutely adore horses:
This an operation of great intelligence, with fresh, simple and precise cuisine at good prices (remembering you are at a starred establishment in a most central location), in a pleasant, relaxed environment. Last but not least, oh no, not least, the by-the-glass wine list is stonking value, too.