We read about this restaurant on the Gastronauta review. It is quite far from everywhere but the place is nice and cozy with a nice fireplace. The menu is interesting with a good choice of dishes from the Piemontese tradition. Our expectations where high but unfortunately the food was not as imagined. The dishes were well presented but the risotto was pre-cooked with gummy grains, the fried 'cervella' was far from perfect and the bollito quite poor. The price was not worth the quality of the food.
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