The proclamation of those who have been promoted in the 2019 guide took place on November 16th at the Paganini Auditorium.
Here is the flattering judgment obtained by the Piccolo Principe, signed by the Michelin Guide inspectors:
“As in a well-orchestrated symphony, chef Giuseppe Mancino is able to coexist multiple elements in his dishes: creativity, refinement, good technique and excellent presentations. The menu does not make preferences, meat and fish, while from the terrace the view dominates the coast and the sea”.
And again: “Two MICHELIN stars: an excellent cuisine. Worth the detour! The best products enhanced by the expertise and inspiration of a talented chef who “signs”, together with his team, ethereal and evocative dishes, sometimes very original”.
Being part of the Michelin Guide is a goal: it is considered a recognition of value and style, a seal that joins the best restaurants and hotels in the world. More than a simple guide, it is an icon, with over a century of history during which its authority has grown.
First published in France in 1900 by the Michelin tire manufacturer, as a handbook for tourists, it quickly spread to other European countries and cities on other continents, gathering ratings on top-quality restaurants and hotels. The ratings are ratified by scores expressed in stars.
“We are really proud of this beautiful award ceremony that is maintained every year thanks to the excellent teamwork of the Chef, his cooking team and the whole Piccolo Principe team; a result that has never been taken for granted but that becomes ever more demanding from year to year”.
Hotel Director Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte
We wait for you at the 2019 reopening (one month earlier than in previous years!): from March 8th to October 31st 2019.