Finally able to try this traditional style trattoria, offering a limited yet well chosen traditional Piedmontese menu.
The dining room is simply appointed in a traditional style with the tables setup with conservative red and white chequered tablecloths.
I had a mixed hors d'oeuvre (il Rustico, encompassing two pieces of vegetable frittata, veal in tuna and caper sauce, trippa in cassetta, russian salad, pepper with bagna caoda sauce and tomino cheese with green sauce), a huge portion of tagliatelle alla monferrina (with asparagus, egg cream and fresh sausage), an amaretto nougat and 1/4 of Dolcetto wine for 28€.
Food quality was high and "grandma style". Service was friendly and gave me a chance to practice my Piedmontese dialect with the patron.
A place I will look forward to return to.
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