Discover Restaurants offering the best Fusion food in Turin, Province of Turin, Italy. In Turin, the capital of the Piedmont region of northwest Italy, sports cars and chocolate are a matter of pride. The city is also home to the Museo Egizio, one of the most impressive collections of Egyptian artifacts in the world. A stroll around Piazza Castello and along the Via Roma encompasses many of the must-see sights. Valentino Park houses an 18th-century castle, botanic garden and medieval village. When you've worked up an appetite, sample casual trattorias for pastas, regional wines and coffees.
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4 based on 302 reviews
If youâre looking for something different besides pizza and pasta Cot Cos is the place to go for exotic meets from around the world. The owners are your servers and cooks. They are a pleasant couple who makes you feel at home wether youâre a local or a foreigner like me. I tried many varieties of meet that I wouldnât normally try in the US.I will return and next trip the Zebra is on the menu. Thank you and see you soon..
4 based on 455 reviews
Buffet aperidinner from 5PM to 11PM, happy hour cocktail bar thereafter. Our specialty is fusion cooking: we mix the italian culinary style and tradition with ethnic cooking's typical exotic flavours. Our rich buffet is made up by dishes from all around t
For starters, this restaurant has amazing reviews and, while some may enjoy the endless buffet feeling, it has many aspects which made it just an average or below average restaurants. The true reason we went there was because of its reviews, believing it was âamazing.â Yes, there was an endless buffet of food for only 12 euros per person, but the quality of the food is low. To begin, the food is exposed out in the open without lids, and the door to the restaurant stays open, so there are flies and bugs attacking the food. I personally only saw a small handful of bugs (thankfully), but even that was enough for me to shy away from the food. Next, the food itself was okay. Some dishes were good and some were bad. If it werenât for an English speaking bartender there, we would have never known what was beef and what was chicken as there are no English signs to label the food. Though the waitress tried her best to tell us what each dish was, we were still confused. With no English signs, and having to guess what each dish was, we were and disappointed by the restaurant. Over all, this place does not live up to its 5 star reviews, and I wouldnât recommend it.
4 based on 240 reviews
WE ARE MOVING IN VIA BOGINO 3/A: WE WILL OPEN IN MARCH! Street Fish is born from an exciting journey of people, ambitions and cultures. Street Fish is the union of the ideas of a travel lover and a group of young ambitious friends eager to bring their cul
I visited this place a couple of times and return whenever I visit Turin because of their absolutely amazing fresh fish of very good quality. Everything I've tried there has been very tasty!Yea! We're happy to see your comment! Thanks!!
4 based on 429 reviews
This is a nice restaurant. We had some trouble communicating since my Italian is rudimentary at best and their english was so so. But they didnât charge for the desert when they realized it was not what I wanted. In essence they were very friendly and service minded and the food was very good. thank you so much for sharing with the others travellers, the time you spent in our restaurant.We hope to see you soon, and maybe, You'll add the missing stars to the rating you gave us!Regards
4 based on 521 reviews
A very quaint little restaurant that we came upon. Very friendly staff and the food was good. We had the set menu at 35 euros, however, we actually shared it and added another main - there is no way I could have eaten all the courses. The staff were happy to do this for us, and nothing was a problem. It was very quiet when we first arrived, and then it was full - maybe worth booking, especially if it was on a weekend.
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