Recommended by the usually reliable "Italy for the Gourmet Traveler", this was a distinctly average place to have lunch in such a foodie mecca as Piemonte. We had the Menu Touristico: grilled pepper with extremely salty bagna cauda (anchovy sauce), quite tasty ravioli and risotto with chickpeas and aubergines, a breaded and fried pork cutlet (rather greasy) served with some raw cabbage, and hazelnut tart. It was filling in a generous school cafeteria kind of way and cost 20 Euros per head. Service was efficient. Much better fare could have been found at the huge market opposite.
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