Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Moncalieri. Moncalieri (Italian: [moŋkaˈljɛːri]; Piemontese: Moncalé) is a town and comune of 57,530 inhabitants (1-1-2017) about 8 kilometres (5 mi) directly south of downtown Turin (to whose Metropolitan City it belongs), in Piedmont, Italy. It is notable for its castle, built in the 12th century and enlarged in the 15th century, which later became the favorite residence of Maria Clotilde and Victor Emmanuel II of Italy. It is part of the World Heritage Site Residences of the Royal House of Savoy.
Things to do in Moncalieri
4 based on 268 reviews
Self service resto...but undoubtedly good, fast and cheap! Friendly personnel. Location is a negative point due to poor availability car park. Atmosphere is really modern and good!Our first foreign review, thanks for reviewing our room easily. Believe me if I tell you that our car park is gold compared to what some nearby neighborhoods offer. To the next. :)
4 based on 245 reviews
We have been at this place with my family and our Italian friend's. The food is great and the team is friendly.
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 261 reviews
Really good food with a warm welcome.The restaurant is really clean and elegant.A good experience.
4 based on 253 reviews
Went twice on a week long visit to Moncalieri. First time was with a group of approximately 40 people. Initially I thought we were going into a modern 'pub' but they have a restaurant area attached to the pub. In actual fact we were led upstairs to an outdoor roof terrace. Because we were with many Italians for Moncalieri. The food and drink had already been ordered. It did not disappoint lovely fresh Italian meats breads cheeses vegetables sweets etc a really good evening and all for about 25 euro. Excellent value for money. I came with a work colleague on our last day in Moncalieri. Excellent choice. This time we ate off the main menu and the tomato mussels and clam tagliatelle. Really lovely food and although dearer than the previous tapas style menu it was still excellent value for money. Service was excellent too. Highly recommended!Thanks a lot See you soon
4 based on 1238 reviews
I was invited by a business associate and fried to Fra Fiush. The place is designed like a home with wonderful pictures on the wals, pastel colors painted, and very pleasant seating tables (not too crowded).The waiters were exceptionaly knowledgable, up to date with the chef's specials, and recommended a great local wine.The dishes are mainly local specials, some of which I had never had before, but all were wonderfull, tasty, rich, and pletfiful.Way to go Fra Fiush (he's dead for 300 years..but I dont know the owner's name).After a bottle was empties - life became even more wonderfull.Thank you!Eli
4 based on 1241 reviews
Lovely place, out of Turin city centre, cosy tables and tasty meals.That's all to sum up F.lli Bravo restaurant.Staff is polite and service is quite relaxed...since all meals are cooked only once ordered, nothing done before.Wine cellars is quite good, even though sometimes the suggestions to match food and wine are not the best...A little bit overpriced. But if â¬s are not the main driver, do not hesitate and sit here!
4 based on 523 reviews
We've eaten here now three times, and each time everything has been top notch. Very fresh piedmontese ingredients with a bit of a twist (not every day you find fresh coriander in Piedmonte). You can sense the love and curiosity towards cooking. We've sampled both seafood and meat and this restaurant can truly deliver both. Stylish, cosy interior and good service. Owner speaks good English. My only wish is that they would start serving lunch menus during the week and the wine list still needs little work...
4 based on 322 reviews
I have visited many so called excellent Italian restaurants in Ireland and the UK but none can really compare with this unpretentious family run restaurant. Raffiela is extremely warm and welcoming and is clearly passionate about the food she serves to her guests - taking time to explain her recommendations. I had the most fabulous seafood "ravioli"(??) and the freshest, perfectly cooked (red/pink in the middle) tuna steak. I recommend this restaurant without hesitation.
4 based on 408 reviews
L'atmosfera di inizio '900 trova, nel ristorante il Bric, la sua massima esaltazione. La raffinatezza degli ambienti, la qualita della cucina e la perfezione del servizio si amalgamano mirabilmente con la filosofia dello chef che, ogni giorno, consacra la
We recently had one of the best Christmas lunches ever ... at this beautiful Art Nouveau jewel on the edge of Turin's lovely La Maddalena park. The food was a perfect balance of exotic and traditional (including deep-fried almond-coated shrimps, mandarin sorbet to clear the palate, melt-in-the-mouth braised beef), the wines delicious and the service efficient, friendly and accomodating. We love this getaway on the hill. We come for cosy winter brunches in front of the roaring fire and for lazy summer drinks on the garden terrace. Bar food includes sweet and savoury crÃªpes, the ice creams are home-made (and you can taste the difference), there's a secure car park and a safe play area for children away from the city smog. And the proprietor is like an attentive host, ensuring the well-being of his guests.
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