The restaurant is located in what seems like a family home, so has a very personal, homely atmostphere, though their brochure states that the restaurant evolved out of cafe and shop over the past five decades.
Service from the proprietors is extremely warm and welcoming, though no English is spoken at all. To our surprise there is no menu and dishes of the day are merely recited and suggested then served. A series of antipasti were served in three courses, followed by pasta, meat course, cheese and dessert if wished.
The dishes are indeed very local and homely and I would say the same for the quality of cooking and presentation. This is really home-cooking of a very high standard but not necessarily more than that.
However, as a true taste of Piemontese cooking and hospitality, there can't be better!
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