From the Station go to the piazza Carlo Felice. Take the right side.
On the Piazza go to the right. Within a distance of 100 meter you will see Parigi.
I was there 3 or 4 times.... more
It's a pretty place, and i knew it thanks to my colleague Elena: her parents are the owner... These are some of their best dishes: (sorry, i can't translate , but you must believe me, are really... more
My all-time favorite restaurant is actually just outside of Turin in a town called Moncalieri. The restaurant's name is 'Al Borgo Antico'. This restaurant is small and elegant without being too fancy.... more
Luce e Gas is a sprawling two-story "buddha bar" in the heart of Torino's trendy Quadrilatero Romano. Deemed by some as "try-hard" it features a giant gold buddha, staff in Chinese-style clothes and a... more
If you would like to eat a good pizza (ok Italians, I know it is not Napoli) any pizzeria in Via Mazzini in the center of Turin will be a wise choice. Make sure it has a 'forno a legna' (an oven where... more
Cheap, quick and tasty. Maharba is a middle-eastern restaurant in the heart of Turin's Roman Quarter, recommended by many as being some of the best middle eastern food in the region. The walls are... more
I thought the food in this restaurant was really good, and the service was great...Alot of people in the retaurant were eating pizza but we enjoyed pasta with octopus and a lemon veal which was... more
Stopped by this sleek and chic little cafe and restaurant today for a cup of coffee after a hard day of shopping. Friendly service and cheap (EUR 1.20) latte machiattos in a black-and-steel type... more
Revolucion is located just outside the city center on Corso Casale. It is a large, two-story building with a slightly-more-classy restaurant on the lower level and a slightly-more-casual restaurant on... more
La Via della Seta (The Silk Road) is located just outside the city center. According to one of my acquaintances who has spent a lot of time in China, it is the only place in the city that serves... more
Zonk! is located in the Quadrilatero Romano, just off Via Milano. Some Wednesdays it features a themed apertivo, where you pay EUR 10 and receive a cocktail, access to the regular aperitivo buffet and... more
Las Rosas is a cute Mexican restaurant just a few blocks off Via Garibaldi. It has a limited menu of Mexican dishes (mostly tacos and burritos) all infused with an Italian "flair" (Italian cheeses and... more
Tre da Tre is located right beside the Mole Antonelliana and the Cinema Museum, very near the university. It is beautifully decorated with modern art and elegantly lit both day and night. There are... more
Have a taste of Sardegna while in Torino... The place is cozy, less formal that the other and serve the mouth-watering sea food pasta...
Make sure you go there before 10:30pm as they close around... more
Osteria Antiche Sere is a well conducted 'osteria' not in the real downtown of Turin. Trust the people there, they can really suggest the best for your taste depending on what's going on in the... more
As a proud Torino (Turin) native and resident, I can't be blamed with impartiality for defining it a great place to visit. The first capital of Italy has a a Metro population of some 2.5 million souls...
An Italian who is planning a trip to Torino is often asked "Have you got any relatives living there?", as it was the case when I told to someone I was going to spend some days in that city for 2005......
I I love Torino, but I I don't spend much time in it, because I live abroad. I lived the last two years in Dublin, the capital of Guinness.
This is the main square in Turin. It's very new it's only......