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Address: Via Po 52, 10123 Turin, Italy
Phone Number: +39011887017
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Description: Ghigo confectioner’s shop was established in 1870 and it was known as a...
Ghigo confectioner’s shop was established in 1870 and it was known as a dairy until the 1950s. At the time “marghe” (milkmen) used to deliver milk home in tanks drawn by horses and then pour it into typical white drums. At the back of the shop “tomini” and other kinds of fresh cheese were made and then sold directly to customers. The recipes of Ghigo products were jealously handed down from generation to generation and they are still used to make croissants and other unique products.
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Just beside the beautiful Piazza Vittorio , this historic cafe/patisserie serves the best creme fraiche in town!you can buy it by the pound or, else, as a single serving on top... read more

5 of 5 starsReviewed April 4, 2012
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 4, 2012 via mobile

Just beside the beautiful Piazza Vittorio , this historic cafe/patisserie serves the best creme fraiche in town!you can buy it by the pound or, else, as a single serving on top of a deliciously crispy cone or , even, inside a fluffy brioche that will keep you full for the rest of the day. Also, stop by for an Italian... More 

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