After a week of Piedmont cuisine it was a relief and pleasure to find a wood fired pizza and calzone restaurant so close to our hotel in this small town. It is across from the Diego warehouse. Do not be put off by the bar in front. The restaurant is in the same building, just walk past the bar.
The menu is entirely in Italian but it's not hard to figure it out assuming you eat pizza in the US. It was excellent pizza by any standard: thin crust underneath, chewy edges, delicious red sauce and fresh ingredients. The insalada mista was excellent with lettuce, radicchio, arugula, and cherry tomatoes, with olive oil and vinegars on the side. The best salad I had in Piedmont, given that the fancy restaurants don't seem to understand lettuce.
Good selection of German beers, friendly service. A real find in an unexpected place.
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