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Top Rated Restaurants & Cafes in Turin

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Il Circolo dei Lettori

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.

Caffè Mulassano

The historical Caffè Mulassano was founded by Amilcare Mulassano in the second half of 19th century and moved to its current location, under the arcades of Piazza Castello, in 1907. It is considered one of the tiniest coffee shops in the world. Its small interior is beautifully decorated with boiserie, marble and mirrors. The café has few tables but it is worth a visit to have breakfast or at aperitif time or to try the bicerin Mulassano, a mix of hot chocolate and coffee. The café is also known for its many different kinds of delicate tramezzini; they serve untoasted triangular, crustless sandwiches with fillings for all tastes: salmon, pâtés, lobster, cheese and tomato.

Caffè Torino

This is one of the most elegant cafes in Turin. Though the same decor has been retained since 1903, the cafe is said to be much older. Its popularity among Turin's elite, both past and present, can be attributed to its Baroque interior with gilt friezes, marble and wooden fireplaces, the quiet corner tables, and the impeccable service. Some of the most well-known patrons of past years are Pavese, Einaudi, De Gasperi and Giovanni Agnelli. In the summer, you can sit at the tables outside and enjoy a cake while watching the people of Turin coming and going. Though they may seem to simply be out on a leisurely stroll, the reality is that they are nonchalantly trying to tread on a shiny metal plaque embedded into the floor in front of the cafe. It represents the emblem of both the city and the Caffe Torino.

Del Cambio

Del Cambio embodies Turin's historical and aristocratic heritage (it was established in 1750). Here important politicians and generals dined, including the Count of Cavour. The kind of cuisine you can find at Cambio is a mix of Piedmontese and modern classic. Some samples include antipasti, terrines, meats (try the veal, served in different recipes), cheeses and desserts. The ambiance is romantic and this is a favorite with locals and tourists for a romantic dinner out.

Baratti & Milano

You will find this treasure near the entrance to the Galleria dell'Industria Subalpina under the arches of Piazza Castello. An old confectionery, it was opened in 1873 by partners Milano and Baratti who soon gained the title of 'suppliers to the royal household'. It is almost a ritual here to have tea or hot chocolate accompanied by an assortment of Bignole, sweet pastry cases filled with Zabaglione, vanilla, chocolate or hazelnut, all with a glazed topping. The bronze bas-reliefs on the façade, the brass clock, the large mirrors, and the lamps date back to the shop's refurbishment in 1909.

Caffè Fiorio

Caffé Fiorio was founded in 1780, but only became really successful in the early 1800s when it was taken over by the Fiorio brothers. This café saw a whole host of political personalities pass through it during the Risorgimento, right at the time when Italy's future was being determined in Turin. It was called 'The café of the pony tails and the Machiavellians' because it was the meeting point of may aristocrats, officials and members of the government. Among these were Giovanni Prati, Cesare Balbo and Santorre si Santarosa. Together they made the Florio into the breeding ground for public opinion in Turin. This is why it is said that the king Charles Albert used to enquire about the latest news asking, 'Qu'est-ce qu'on dit aujourd'hui au Café Fiorio?' In 1845, the Café was refurbished by a host of artists and was transformed into a meeting place for many of the middle classes among whom were Rattazzi, Lamarmora and D'Azeglio. The premises at the time were adorned with frescos by Gonin, Morgari and Gerbi and by sculptures by Bogliani which were unfortunately damaged during the last war. However, the internal rooms have retained some of the old atmosphere.

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