The restaurant debuted a redesigned website and, beginning today, an expanded tasting menu. Diners will experience Torino in nine courses instead of five, for the increased price of $89 per person, plus tax, tip, and any cocktail pairings. Despite the changes, Torino is still a tiny restaurant, so be sure to make reservations.
This week’s menu features Mangalista pig from a local farmer (they’re sort of like the pork equivalent of Kobe beef), oysters, venison, and a cheese course dressed in chamomile and nasturtium flowers. It sounds playful, interesting, delicious and more filling than ever.
See the menu and make reservations at torinoferndale.com.
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