Hidden away in the basement of the Lingotto food emporium, this is one of Turin's top destinations for fine dining. The decor is starkly modern and, without windows, it might seem claustrophobic to some, but the food makes up for everything. Traditional dishes, particularly those from northern Piedmont, are served up with creative style. Among the antipasti, the insalata russa con battuta di tonno (Russian salad with tuna) is as tasty as it is unusual. The agnolotti alla Vecchia Eporedia are an equally delicious rendition of this commonly found pasta dish, served with the pan juices of roast veal. Second courses include the wonderful filetto di Fassone in crosta di cipolla e senape (beef fillet in a crust of onions and mustard). The wine list is an encylopedia, with many small but notable wineries included.