This a charming restaurant featuring delicious Piedmont dishes and wines. The host is warm and helpful. The ambience is inviting with art adorning the red walls and rustic tables. We requested a tomato onion salad and were beautifully accommodated with a salad of the finest products including fresh cheese from Sicily. Our veal fillet were cooked to perfection- rare and tender, and our potatoes with butter and parsley were a wonderful compliment. Our meal was perfectly paired with a half bottle of light bodied red vino indigenous to Piemonte, recommended by the host. Basic, but quality preparation of fine ingredients. We ended with very satisfying moccacinos. HIghly recommend!