There is always a lot of talk about how the partnership between the Ceretto family and the genius and regularity of Enrico Crippa's cuisine came about. Thanks to a meeting in Paderno D’Adda, at the first bite of a pumpkin and gorgonzola brittle, Bruno Ceretto knew that he had finally found his chef.
It was the beginning of the 2000s and, together with the culture of wine and a passion for art, the Piedmontese entrepreneur and patron was thinking about promoting and exalting his hills through the excellent cuisine of a great restaurant.
The chef makes the restaurant, of course. But in the case of Piazza Duomo, it cannot be separated from the centuries-old charm of the location, as exceptional as the menu.
For people sitting in the pink room at lunchtime, wrapped in the natural light that the walls frescoed by the painter Francesco Clemente reflect and warm, facing the window is a cinematic experience.