A traditional piemontese restaurant. We had an amazing time here. Delicious food and great wines. I would highly recommend this restaurant. The staff went out of their way to make sure we had an unforgettable experience!
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Nice old-fashion place where you can taste local traditional dishes in an informal environment surrounded by jazz music. I suggest the tasting set menu (menu degustazione) (26 eur) with wine: dolcetto d'asti. Be aware that the restaurant is located at the first floor.
Nice, hidden restaurant upstairs in an apartment building. Decor is nice and ambiance is sort of elegant casual (we were in sandals but the service is definitely trained for more). Although we found it hard to leave our comfort zone to try more of a...More
A bit hidden on the first floor of a city block. It begins with a prosecco and an amuse bouche so you know these are serious foodies. We had the tasting menu of classic piedmontese food. The staff were really helpful and engaged and obviously...More
This was a long, copious, and delicious meal. The waiters are pleasant, there isn't much choice but what you get is very very good. Dress up and enjoy
Visited this hidden gem upon recommendation of a local. Not easy to find, it proved a great discovery. Excellent local cuisine and a wine room with real treasures, very reasonably priced. The expert service was very personal, the Chef appeared several times - a truly...More
I was a bit disappointed in the wine we selected, but otherwise we had a great experience here. It's as though you are eating in someone's apartment. The service was very friendly, they made breaded veal for my kids and both my husband and I...More
I ordered the "Menu Degustazione" which is the chef's tasting menu at EUR 25*. This included six courses, plus four different wines to accompany each course (*wine is extra). The portions were appropriately small but satisfying. This is a very good value for Torino, and...More