We had a nice dinner with good pizza, salad and fish for 3 person The staff was friendly and fast and cost in a lower range and this in the city centre All food served in good quality and with a good taste
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Traditional caffee where you feel you are in the past. Ambiance is excellent. Tables, decoration, food presentation is very traditional. Food is very good. This is the place to come and have a coffee, beer, pastries, sandwich. Something to bring your energy back.
This is a charming place to have a drink before dinner (an aperitivo). Just order a drink at the bar and then when you're finished, pay at the cash register behind you. While you are drinking, snack on the sumptuous foods they have on the...More
This seemed to be a place where the "old Turin" went. They were of a certain age mainly, well dressed, well groomed and well mannered. The exterior is beautiful and a slice of history and the interior is really classical. The staff are suitably charming,...More
just a quick beer after a stroll through the city, we sat outside and got not only a nice beer, but also a plate of snacks. of course it adds to the price, but they were very tasty.
Fresh pastries, awesome hot chocolate and coffee is how most know Platti during the day. Come for a glass of wine or beer in the early evening and you are treated with amuse-bouches (assortment of canapés) ranging from smoked salmon, potato salad, chicken salad and...More
This is a historical caffè torinese. Actually the coffee, aperitivi and pastries are nothing impressive, though they're OK. Don't stay outside, go and seat inside and enjoy one of the most elegant salons and rococo ceilings you can find in a coffee place.
Arrived in Turin early afternoon and went looking for somewhere for lunch. Found platti immediately ordered two spritz and sat down. Half an hour later they arrived via cranky waiter after serving several other people who arrived after us. Asked about lunch was told kitchen...More