Reviews on Mediterranean 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 1631 reviews
This was one of the recommendations on a list we received from our B&B, and it is definitely to be recommended!!! We hadn't booked, but the owner squeezed us in. He guided our choices, and they were amazing. I would certainly want to return here if I was back in Turin. I'm sure this was a family run restaurant, the owner/ maÃ®tre d was excellent, and went from Italian to English to French, and I wouldn't be surprised if he spoke other languages too - a true professional.
4 based on 122 reviews
Came here on my lunch break because i was craving crepes. The restaurant feels very homey from the very minute you walk in. The menu contains a few variations of crepes (all very elaborate) with only one "classic crepe" with ham & cheese. I decide to be courageous and ask for one with bacon and eggs. The plate reaches my table and all i can do is grasp my phone in order to take a picture of the masterpiece that has just been served to me. Although I wasn't a fan of the bitter vegetable that was stuffed in the crepe I must say that it was worth a try. I shall most definitely come back to taste another one of their masterpieces, maybe next time I'll try one of their sweet crepes!Thanks!BariolÃ©
4 based on 614 reviews
PIZZIUM propone il ritorno all'antica tradizione della Pizza Napoletana rivisitata grazie ad un MenÃ¹ che richiama ingredienti e ricette regionali di unâItalia buona, bella e genuina con materie prime di altissima qualitÃ . Da PIZZIUM, la pizza Ã¨ una cosa s
My wife and I still canât fire out how it is Italians eat an entire pizza each and not gain weight! We are quite content to split one pie. Very good ingredients. Nice chewy crust. Nice mixed green salad. Good beer. Great service by Dmitri, who was also kind enough to treat us to a shot of limoncello at the end of dinner.If we were spending more time in Torino weâd most surely return. Highly recommend.
4 based on 229 reviews
Pank Restaurant, In The Heart Of Torino, Offering A Rich And Traditional Menu Of Contemporary Creativity
We were greeted with a glass of wine by a hostess while we waited to be shown to our table upstairs. The setting is very inviting and service prompt. Every course was delicious and there were extra treats presented from the chef. It was definitely one of our favorite restaurants we visited while on vacation.
4 based on 1132 reviews
Dined here with a group of 15 with Go Ahead Tours. We all enjoyed this tremendously. We started with ravioli alla torinese style; then braised beef course (outstanding) and for dessert a marron glace parfait and bunet al caffee. Great intimate atmosphere. One of the trip highlights. Service was excellent. Tour guide was vegetarian and found suitable choices.
4 based on 205 reviews
This place is the go-to for a wonderful and authentic Italian meal. You MUST get the appetizer sampler, it is amazing. Their pasta is great for the main dish as well. Wonderful experience and atmostphere
4 based on 574 reviews
Just about everything was to like about this restaurant. Friendly service, a refreshing aperitivo, and some really unusual dishes. The Guviol egg was amazing (with the truffle shavings) and the blackfish ravioli was divine. Really happy to have found this place on Trip Advisor. I also found the prices more than reasonable, particular given the effort put into the dishes.
5 based on 86 reviews
Every plate is delicious and really innovative. Iâve been a few times now and tried nearly everything on the menu and itâs all really original. Itâs great to hear about the ingredients and thereâs clearly a lot of passion put into every dish. I canât fault it!
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..
5 based on 206 reviews
My wife, daughter and I had lunch here on our first day in the city. The owner, Johnny, was extremely friendly and welcoming. He gratiously described the menu, including the in-house preparation of the pasta and sauces, all with Italian ingredients only. I had the ravioli with pesto, it was wonderful. Great selection of local wines as well. It is casual, paper plates and plastic silverware but the perfect place for a quick bite while visiting Turin. The cost is extremely reasonable, the three of us ate for 30euros with two glasses of wines. If you're in town, go pay Johnny a visit!Thank you very much, we are delighted that you have been well and that you enjoyed our pasta. Best wishes to you, your wife and your beautiful child! Come back soon, California is not so far from Turin, Ciao !!
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