Limited choice but what we had was well executed and served attentively at a good pace. Like all good restaurants in this part of the world the wine list is predominantly local and with limited mark up. Ceretto Arneis Blangé, excellent local Enrico Vaudano Barbera Superiore (€13) & Socré Barbaresco (€28). Antipasti included salami & lardo with fried dough balls, Jerusalem artichoke flan with Bagna Cauda, prosciutto cotto with a tuna sauce. Secondo we all had Tajarin with a duck ragù and finished with rabbit cooked with lemon and polenta. Only 1 dolce ordered but it was a proper semifredo not out of the freezer and still hard in the centre.Wonderfully atmospheric dining room of a bygone era. Coffees and an amaro at the bar and a bill of less than €200 for 5. We will definitely be back
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