From the outside it looks like just a shop selling organic products, but it is also a pizzeria. Reachable by car. It has an outdoor area on the narrow side and an entrance with a step. An electric oven in view, a long counter with glass display cabinets for desserts; low square tables, wicker chairs. Seats about forty inside. The restaurant declares itself as an “agricultural pizzeria” and uses 100% Piedmontese products and its own vegetable garden. There is the pizza of the day, but there is also a decent selection of classic or imaginative pizzas. A semi-whole wheat dough as a rule, but various experimentations are continuous. A local wine list, even by the glass; craft brews are a good choice. There are themed evenings and there is also pizza to-go.