Even Turin has its own version of street food. You can find it in a small establishment in the city’s Via San Tommaso, a stone’s throw from the central Piazza Castello, where Mauro Dario sells three different types of gofri, miasse and gofri sbagliati (“wrong gofri,” a variant of his own invention). Gofri, a type of waffle that came to Piedmont from Belgium, are made with a dough of flour, yeast and water and cooked on classic gridirons. Miasse, typical of the Canavese district, are made with stone-ground wholemeal cornmeal and cooked on a red-hot griddle. Gofri sbagliati are made with the same dough as gofri but baked in the oven for extra softness. All three specialties are served with high-quality cooked or raw ham, splendid Raschera cheese and lardo or, as a sweet, with sweet chocolate spreads or honey. Also worth a mention are the craft beers on offer from the Aleghe brewery in Giaveno.