What more could anyone desire than a picturesque 18th century lovingly renovated farmhouse with swimming pool? Here, a frequent sight are groups of young people who come to enjoy food with a sure quality/price appeal, or a young couple treating itself to a weekend. On-site, the young owners, Marco and Giuliano Fontana, produce honey, jams, cured meats and fresh pasta that is also sold in the Fontana delicatessen. Set menu at €25. To start, a glass of Timorasso with the high quality salami of Giarolo, followed by a potato flan with cream cheese and fillet of suckling pig with tuna sauce, Montebore timbale and beef carpaccio with black truffle. The first courses are also good: agnolotti with braised meat, tagliolini with gricia (cheese and bacon), risotto with Timorasso and Montebore. Main courses: sliced beefsteak served with side dishes. From previous visits, we recall the Montebore-stuffed chops beside the roast veal with side dishes. Stuffed boar, when in season. Delicious and homemade desserts, such as tarts, fruit pies, tiramisu or, why not, a classical bonet of Piedmont. Essential and satisfying wine list.