You can't spit in Torino without hitting a pizzeria, or in any other Italian city for that matter. So new ones opening up often try be different in some way, while still offering the same pizzas everybody else has. This latest pizzeria we went to was called Strabiglia and was more 'upscale'. The chandeliers looked like jellyfish and the appetizers were more posh.
My appetizer consisted of a warm dish of calamari baked with a butter and herb crusty bread crumb topping. In the center was a piece of cabbage wrapped around a salty molten cream cheese.