A corner of Turin in the heart of Soho. Seating about forty, the minimalist and elegant design, has a well-marked identity. The dishes are well crafted, beautifully presented, for the most part Piedmont specialties that are reproduced with passion and flair. Evenings can start with a good vermouth-based cocktail, just like in the old Torinese coffee houses, and continue with a portion of Battuta di Fassona or a proper vitello tonnato, and continue with “tajarin” pasta with truffles, or homemade “agnolotti” pasta pockets with braised meats. The service is young and professional. The kitchen is from Piedmont and so in this restaurant wine is abundant, and not just Nebbiolo. The truly Italian wine list is brilliant and extensive, go for the peppery rhythm of a good Pelaverga.