I had dinner with my wife at this trattoria. The place was full. There were many italian families. The ambience is very informal, as well as the service. Don’t expect a romantic, quiet atmosphere, but the experience can be amusing. The dishes are very traditional piemontese, including vitello tonnato, tajarin and many others. There are very good wines. I had great Barolo Mercenasco 2011 (Ratti).
The cost is fair.
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