Welcoming owner who upon request explained the history of the establishment and their quest to re-discover traditional cuisine of the northern part of Italy, with a preference for the Piemonte region. Many risottos to choose from, and plenty of antipasti, too. We also tried the gnocco fritto, and it was well prepared and served with a choice of culatello or other cold cuts. Very nice wine menu, but limited choice when it came to wines by the glass (one white and two reds). Overall good dining experience. Not cheap but certainly within reason: two antipasti and a risotto with four glasses of wine came to €57.Waitress was a bit brusque and not very extroverted. We would definitely go back if in the region. We were told that the menu in winter features many old fashioned recipes, so we might come back just for that (the restaurant is within 15 minutes of the Malpensa airport).
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