There are not many good quality places around Turin zoo to have lunch during the week and fortunately we popped into this one. The only downside is that there is no regular parking there (sign says 1 hour only) while ultimately not sure anybody is checking the start of parking time...don't be surprised with the bell at the door. The interior is nicely modern - nothing extraordinary but really feel like in a proper restaurant. Food is actually more than quality Piedmontese cuisine- the presentation is great while the overall combination is extremely refreshing for traditional cuisine. We were a family of 4 - took 2 courses each and a cheese plate plus a bottle of 2007 Barolo which ended with total count of eur 230 - very respectable for this type of quality. From not "usual" Piedmont type of meals would like to mention - spaghettini with urchin juice and botarga (fantastic flavor) as well as risotto with zucchini flowers and saffron - worth trying despite plenty of main courses present.
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