La Taverna dei Mercanti can be found in the Italian city of Turin. The whole restaurant is designed to look Medieval as inspired by the ancient building it was established in. The architecture is from the 16th Century and visitors can almost hear the sound of horses clip-clopping into the courtyard bearing the realms great knights. The many European horsemen of the old had stopped here, tired and weary, seeking shelter and a hot meal. It is only fitting that the establishment continues the tradition for hungry diners.
Gelateria Popolare pretty much says it all in its name. One of the most popular ice-cream shops in the city of Turin, Italy, it is has some unique flavors, like ginger gelato. Centrally located, the store has a great spot witnessing the goings and comings of the busy and vibrant Flea Market. The owner is approachable and friendly and the staff hand-makes every scoop. If you’re in the area, you must definitely take some time to visit it.
Via Mogadiscio in Turin, Italy has a gem of a café- Bar Pino. This little eatery is the perfect place to meet old friends, reminisce and make new memories. It is especially famous for its coffee selection; Pino serves Passalacqua an original and decadent Neapolitan brand of superior quality. Patrons generally enjoy a fresh croissant to go with it. The décor is interesting, enhanced by antiquated furniture and trunks, and rich and beautiful prints that decorate the walls.
Kensho is a Japanese restaurant in the Italian city of Turin. The whole décor and atmosphere of the eatery is meant to establish and encourage a state of peace and contentment. Inspired by the Zen culture, the food is presented in an aesthetic and minimal manner. Each morsel is meant to convey compassion for all others. Customers enjoy a chance to let go of their busy lives for a while and merely focus on the delicious explosion of flavors on the palate.
Housed in the beautiful 17th century Palazzo Graneri della Roccia, Il Circolo dei Lettori is a dynamic space for events like book launches, readings, workshops and more. The literary society features comfortable reading rooms to explore a variety of reading options as well as wifi connectivity. The restaurant within the premises offers a traditionally local dining experience in a historical setting, while the menu features modern twists on Piedmontese favorites. The experienced staff are more than willing to help you pair your dish with the perfect wine. To find out more about the events or dining experiences available at the venue, visit the website.
Bicerin (from bicchierino; small glass) is a local specialty, which lends its name to this café. Decorated in wood, mirror and marble inside the cafe has a vintage feel; outside the cast-iron capital columns are original. This bar is very popular with the locals who stop by for their daily dose of caffeine and a convivial chat. Specialties include Zabaione, cold chocolate and a wide range of herbal teas. One of the city's most iconic cafes, Al Bicerin is an institution that oughtn't to be missed while visiting Turin.
If you’re wondering where the youth of Turin are, you’ll probably find them at FOL. The eatery primarily experiments with and sells popcorn that young people seem to absolutely adore. They visit in large loud laughing happy groups to have fun with these pieces of puffed corn. The restaurant also serves a delicious platter of cheese, wonderful dishes made of chocolate and coffee that really powers you through the day. You can find it on Via Maria Vittoria.
Fuzion Food is a well-known restaurant in the Italian city of Turin. It can be found on Via Dell'Accademia Albertina and is open through the week, except on Mondays, and serves breakfast, lunch as well as diner. Its specialty is a fusion form of sushi, but the kitchen serves an arrayed cuisine from Italian to Japanese. The staff is friendly and approachable and is well-versed with the fusion menu, suggesting options that would suit their diners’ tastes.
Master Sandwich can be found at Palazzo Reale in the center of the Italian city of Turin. It is known for its large variety of delicious sandwiches. Though small, the restaurant is a favorite. The variety in tastes brings in a varied crowd. Vegetarians are especially fond of the place as the grilled offerings really appease the taste-buds. The staff is friendly and the service great. Some of the preferred dishes are the smoked sausage salsiccas.