I've been eating here at least once a year for the last decade, and I have to say honestly that Da Sciolla has become one of the highlights of my yearly treck to visit my Italian family. The menu is a very traditional set of offerings from the Piedmont mountain kitchen (beautiful cured meats, seasonal vegetables, pastas to die for) in a charming setting (warm and quaint in the winter, lovely back patio in the spring and summer) and a proprietress who is both gracious and extremely knowledgable about food and the region.
One recommendation off the menu-order a frittata to share as a table. It's a very simple dish, but for my money they make the best frittatas I've ever eaten, and they'll throw one together for you with whatever fresh veggies and meats they happen to have at hand.
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