Restaurant Campamac in Barbaresco, Italy

No, the Restaurant Osteria Campamac is not in Manhattan New York, it is in the Piedmontese wine village of Barbaresco! The Campamac is a very modern and, above all, incredibly innovative Restaurant! You shouldn’t expect the rustic Mamma at the Campamac, here you are served with style and elegance!

No, the Restaurant Campamac is not in Manhattan New York, it is in the Piedmontese wine village of Barbaresco! The Campamac is a very modern and, above all, incredibly innovative Restaurant!


The wine list is First Class and the prices are relatively reasonable despite the high quality of  both, the food and wine. Those who expect traditional Italian cuisine should perhaps take a look around the many excellent restaurants in the region, such as the Rabaya or the Antica Torre in Barbaresco or the Cantina del Rondo in Neive. Enjoy!

Nein, das Restaurant Osteria Campamac liegt nicht in Manhattan New York, sondern im piemontesischen Weindorf Barbaresco! Das Campamac ist ein sehr modernes und vor allem unglaublich innovatives Restaurant! Die urchige Mamma darf man im Campamac nicht erwarten, hier wird man mit Stil und Eleganz bedient!

Die Weinkarte ist erstklassig und die Preise sind trotz der hohen Qualität des Essens und des Weines relativ vernünftig. Wer traditionelle italienische Küche erwartet, sollte sich vielleicht in den vielen ausgezeichneten Restaurants der Region umschauen, wie dem Rabaya oder dem Antica Torre in Barbaresco oder der Cantina del Rondo in Neive. Guten Appetit!

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