Modern and subdued, this small spot on a quiet back street is conducive to slow, relaxed dining. The antipasti include a splendid piatto della tradizione (an array of typical Piedmont starters). As a first course, the ravioli in brodo di cappone (pasta in a fish broth) is excellent. A variety of tasty meat dishes make up the list of second courses, and there's a superb selection of local cheeses to follow. The wine list is extensive, with over six pages dedicated
to Barolo alone.