This tiny restaurant is tucked away in a small town above Lake Caldonazzo. We went there on a Winter Saturday night and the place was packed with guests (reservation is thus recommended). The menu offers ethno-fusion dishes, mostly vegetarian (with eggs/dairy) and a few vegan options. I had sautéed Oriental vegetables as entree, followed by delicious big rye ravioli filled with potatoes and cabbage and served with an oil-sage sauce. As main dish, falafel with chickpea cream, served on a lettuce bed. As a dessert, vegan dark chocolate salami (a typical North Italian dessert made with chocolate, butter and cookie bits and shaped as a salami) served with a pomegranate sauce, which was good but not exceptional. Service is very quick and the waitress was kind. The chef (and owner) was also very nice, and came to greet everybody at their tables. We spent 40 euros per person for a four-dish menu, including also water, wine, bread and espresso.