Hotel Residence Torino Centro

Corso Inghilterra 33, Turin, 10138, Italy
Hotel Residence Torino Centro
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Restaurant

by nino224

Hi everybody!

When I was in Torino in May I went to a great restaurant about two blocks behind the Porta Nuova station, but I'm not sure about the name. Urbani?
Does anybody know this place?

Thanks!

RE: Restaurant

by bix_67

Hi Nino,
The name is right... is a famous restaurant in Torino, but not the only one...
If you or someone else is interested I can suggest some great restaurants in Torino...
Bye, fabrizio

RE: RE: Restaurant

by classe52

Yes, the name is right and the address is: Via Saluzzo in the block between Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Via San Pio V. If you want to know somw more restaurant's names ask to Bix 67!

Travel Tips for Torino

Events: Torino Film Festival

by ant1606

One of the most important events of its kind in Europe, the Torino Film Festival takes place each year in November. It is oriented to international emerging filmmakers and currents from around the world, divided into competing and non-competing participant works. The event is also an occasion for focusing on certain notorious or celebrated filmmakers. Several theaters in town play the movies and these can be viewed with single- or multiple-event access ticket. http://www.torinofilmfest.org/home.php?lang=eng

World Soccer Cup 2006 - Party Time

by ant1606

On July 9, 2006, the Italian team raised the shiny World Cup to the sky for the fourth time in history and after 24 years - six editions - of waiting.
A mass of 100,000+ gathered in Piazza San Carlo and Piazza Solferino to watch live feed on giant screens prepared for the event. There was alternate cheering and silence during the penalty kicks shootout against France, but total pulsating madness erupted when Italy scored the fifth goal. The party went on for hours and enthusiasm soared to the limit bringing in all-you-can-flag scenes. A burst of red, white and green of any imaginable form rallied through the city accompanied by endless shouting and honks. The loud celebration made it impossible to sleep for many.
Yet, a World Cup victory suggests that soccer is the only thing Italians truly care about. I can only imagine a whole country celebrating in a similar way at one time, but I wish I could see a similar attitude and commitment dedicated to important national issues that affect our daily life. Pride and nationalism is too often rather shown over futile happenings. On the other hand, the occasion is certainly apt to diverge the country's concerns over things - say anything else - for a long time.

Quadrilatero Romano

by mightyknight about Quadrilatero Romano

Quadrilatero Romano is an area of narrow streets right in the centre of Torino, between Corso Regina Margherita and Via Garibaldi. It is considered as the central nucleus of the old city, and has been recently recovered. Actually there streets are fully animated during the evenings and nights. Here you can find a large number of small restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs, spread all over the area. If you prefer to spend the evening sitting in a fancy bar or enjoying the unique italian romantic ambience, then you should go there.

Among all those streets, the one I enjoyed the most was Via S. Agostino. It crosses the Quadrilatero all the way from Via Garibaldi towards Piazza Emanuele Filiberto and Corso Regina Margherita. From there you can get to anywhere in the area.

Finally, I must warn you: do not cross Corso Regina Margerita or get too close to Piazza della Republica during the night, as it is not a nice place to be on your own... This nightlife area is quite fashionable among the large diversity of places to go in Torino during the night. Casual dressing will be just fine for most of the bars and cafes in the area, but in some you might feel more comfortable it you wear something a little bit more sofisticated. No need to exaggerate, though :)

Typical cuisine

by Polly74 about A lot of restaurants

Torinese cuisine shows strong French influences, especially evident in the winter dish of bagna caoda.
Funghi in autumn, and truffles used as flavouring, are also classics.
Agnolotti and cappelletti are the best-known dishes, followed by meat buji(boiled) or braised in wine.
Cheeses to look out for are tomini, robiole and tume.
The humble grissini (bread sticks) found wrapped in greaseproof paper on every restaurant table across the land reach new heights in Turin (they were allegedly invented to tempt the appetite of the sickly boy-king Vittorio Amedeo II in the seventeenth century). The sweets, too, are marvellous, many of them invented in the Savoy kitchens to tempt the royal palates: among the decadent delights are spumone piemontese, a mousse of mascarpone cheese with rum; panna cotta, smooth, rich cooked cream; and light pastries like lingue di gatto (cat's tongues) and baci di dama (lady's kisses). Turin is also credited as the home of zabaglione, used to fill bignole, or iced choux pastries; Spanish friar San Pasquale Bayon, a gifted cook and parish priest of the city's church of San Tommaso in the sixteenth century, is said to have invented the egg yolk, sugar and Marsala mixture.

A mexican atmosphere...

by piccolina about El Centenario

NACHOS CENTENARIO' Chips di mais con fagioli, formaggio, guacamole (purèe di
avocado),pico de gallo (salsa rossa piccante) e chorizo (salamino
piccante) BURRITO DEL CAMPO Tortilla di farina farcita con verdure miste
accompagnata da riso, lattuga, guacamole e fagioli TEX-MEX NACHOS Chips di
mais con formaggio fuso e jalapeños (peperoncini verdi)

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