We have reached this Trattoria on a Friday ( May, 19th, 2017) at 1:00 p.m. by Taxi and opposite to the published opening hours the Trattoria was closed!
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This trattoria is more than just a trattoria. The dishes are very interesting both from point of taste and looks. As well as they look, they also taste amazing and you wanna try one dish after another. I would place this restaurant in the list...More
I have been here more than once with my family, well, what to say? it is the perfect place for us. Nothing in Turin can beat the service and the quality of food you can find here. The menu follows the season changing and the...More
I was looking for something simple and browsing for Trattorias. What the hell, there's nothing that resembles a Trattoria in this place: complex dishes, extremely tasty and balanced, elegant and a bit of poshy snobby atmosphere. Not what I was looking for tonight, but a...More
This trattoria restaurant is a neighborhood favorite of our Turin-based friends, and we now know why. We enjoyed a wonderful tasting menu that started with an amuse-bouche of eggplant with a light parmesan foam. Our multi-course meal included a wonderful cooked porcini mushroom dish with...More
Located well out of central Torino this small, family run restaurant caters mainly for the local clientele . The service is very good and friendly. The menu is short but the food is high quality. The ambience is restrained.
Very original recipes, delicious food and very nice service. Good price and quiet room. Good wines. Open on Sunday for lunch
Me and my girlfriend were celebrating our anniversary and we couldn't ask for a better dinner! The location is quiet and warm and the staff always smiling and ready to assist you! The choice of dishes makes you wanna taste everything! But there's the chance...More
The "Clandestino" chef-owner is a veteran of piemontese cooking, trained in a famous local restaurant, bringing to your table interesting flavours. I'd say his flagship dishes are the meats, let it be guinea-fowl, pork, lamb, veal or pigeon. Superbe foie-gras is generally available. Desserts are...More
Our friend who lives in Turin took us here and I was very pleasantly surprised. We'd been to Rome, Umbria, and Tuscany-eating and drinking our way through each of these regions for two weeks before finding Trattoria La Madia. I certainly didn't expect to find...More