This shop in the city’s Crocetta neighborhood has been serving gastronomic specialties for generations. The deli counter is one of the richest, best-stocked in town, as you can tell from the vast selection of Italian and foreign cheeses (from seirass, goat’s milk ricotta to Primosale di Cocconato and Delice de Bourgogne) and the charcuterie, among which fresh ciauscolo from the Marche region. The shop has always been run by the family of the present owner Mauro Rosada, ever generous with his advice and now something of a local institution. There are many, many reasons for coming here; from the pâtés, marbré (oven-baked chopped veal) and aspic to the savory flans and molds, plus a never-ending list of dishes that have made Piedmontese culinary history and more besides. Hence insalata russa, or Russian salad, prepared according to an old recipe with a tuna fillet at the center, caponata (sweet and sour vegetable stew), cheese mold with green beans and carrots, and baby cuttlefish salad. Then, last but not least, come fresh pasta such as tajarin (fine tagliatelle), agnolotti and lasagne, and traditional desserts such as bonet, set chocolate custard with amaretti, coated with raisins.