Gusto italiano and a sense for beauty. Located in the Colonial Building at Duxton Hill, Alba 1836 displays large windows, mind-blowing cellars, design elements and a passionate wine selection, Matteo Trabaldo Togna has put together a stylish place with refined cuisine offer. Ideal for sipping on a fine glass of wine, patrons can choose from 40 wines by the glass, such as great Franciacortas as well as surprising Oltrepò Pavese Metodo Classico, plus big reds while nibbling on prosciutto San Daniele or a fried arancino. The wine list had an incredible depth of vintages, be it Gaja, Biondi Santi or San Leonardo. And in the last year Southern Italian wines have definetely improved. Plus a selection of rums and whiskeys the likes of Samaroli. At the same time the restaurant menu offers refined and colorful dishes. Our highlights? Go fo the beef tartare with fired capers, quali egg yolk or the classic spaghetti with clams and bottarga sauce. Surgiva Taste & Design Award 2019.