While called a "ristorante," L'Angolo del Beato" has the feel of a more rustic (though no less accomplished) eatery like a trattoria or osteria. Family run, possessed of an excellent wine list, a real sense of personality and very good food, it's a real find off the beaten track. Tucked in an alley-way, this charming spot offers a taste of traditional Piemontese cuisine, including bra, the raw meat appetizer like an Italian version of steak tartare (except it's usually made from veal). Much of the menu is seasonal so when I was there in late summer, there were delicious zucchini flowers stuffed with creamy cheese and a knockout salad called simply "Bon Aptit" and described as "boiled vegetables," it was so much more - green beans and roasted fennel mixed with tuna and tomato and bursting with bright flavor. I liked the pastas here (all are freshly made at the restaurant) and highly recommend the gnocchi. With seafood, the calamari is particularly recommended. Several other visitors commented on the price, and while it isn't inexpensive, I thought the restaurant offered very high quality and was not unfairly priced. Be sure to check the wine list that is full of local treasures.
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