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All reviews gnocchi rabbit antipasti roast potatoes salsiccia flan carne cruda bread mixed starter tuna house wine packed to the rafters busy local restaurant bottle of sparkling water limited menu small square local pasta
My husband and I like to take friends here when they visit Turin as it offers good, local fare at very reasonable prices. The food is always good, the only issue is the long wait sometimes (but it shows that it’s worth it!).
I had the lamb ragu with gnocchi (or their version of it, called something else), which was really good. Very good prices €6 for pasta, €3 desserts.
I also had the cauliflower cake with cheese sauce for starter- which looked odd but tasted amazing. Will...More
This place has been highly recommended to me for its genuine food and reasonable prizes. I went there on a Tuesday evening and was so surprised finding it still so overcrowded, that I had to wait one hour for a table! That definitely makes the...More
I love this typical Piemontese cafe and make it a must-visit when in Torino. It's very busy and you'll queue for sure. No reservations but go before it opens and leave your name inside and they'll reserve your table for when the doors open. The...More
Piola Cianci was on my radar already but with a knowing recommendation from Stefano our walking guide we ate there the same night.
Being a balmy evening it was all action at the outside pavement area in the pretty piazza. As the bar next door...More
As most of the reviews stated, it’s a super busy restaurant. I was the first at table but no longer later it was fully packed with the locals. They don’t have a fancy menu, just a few choices for some really simply local food but...More
This is a really busy local restaurant in a nice square largely frequented by young people.
There are limited menu choices structured I would think for fast turnover and the food is excellent. There is no booking so come early. The turnover is speedy and...More