Turin

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Mediterranean
Centro
3 reviews
The ocher-color walls and the ancient brick vaulting in this small, bright space set the stage for traditional meat and seafood dishes served with creative flair. — Fodor's
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Italian
Centro
3 reviews
These starters can be nicely followed with a grilled meat dish -- a house specialty. — Frommer's
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Italian
Centro
3 reviews
Among the historic cafes where you can taste chocolate in all its guises are Baratti & Milano , with a stunning interior dating back to 1858. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
Centro
3 reviews
Tre Galline is a typical old-fashioned piola or Piedmontese inn, which has recently been refurbished. — Insight Guides
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Italian
Centro
3 reviews
It's a heady combination of coffee, hot chocolate, and cream -- to be accompanied by one the house's exquisite pastries. — Frommer's
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Italian
Centro
3 reviews
One of the essential stops on any tour of Turin is this classic cafe. — Frommer's
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Italian
Centro
4 reviews
One of the most elegant historic restaurants in Italy, with unexpected works of contemporary art adorning the dining room, alongside more traditional 19C decor and furniture — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
Centro
2 reviews
Half a dozen tables and a legion of enamoured followers mean this inviting restaurant is hard to get into. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
Centro
2 reviews
One of Turin's many famous old cafés where you can have a coffee or aperitif in style. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
San Salvario
2 reviews
Scannabue, housed in a former corner garage, is a retro-fitted bistro that has a touch of Paris in its cast iron doors and tiled floors. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Centro
3 reviews
A Quadrilatero Romano institution, it can be almost impossible to secure a table here. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
San Salvario
2 reviews
A typical trattoria with a warm, friendly atmosphere, checkered tablecloths, and a menu filled with Piedmontese classics. — DK Eyewitness
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Italian
Centro
2 reviews
This small dining room is run by a friendly young couple and makes a nice change from historic, moody Turin. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Centro
2 reviews
The first floor of an elegant town house in the center of Turin makes a fitting location for this sophisticated restaurant. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Vanchiglia
2 reviews
Chef Marcello Trentini is innovative, intent on correcting perceptions that the cuisine of Italy's Piedmont region is heavy and old-fashioned — Afar Magazine
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Mediterranean
Nizza Millefonti
2 reviews
Crammed with Slow Food–sanctioned comestibles and various dining counters, this massive food bazaar in nearby Lingotto makes Whole Foods look like a 7-Eleven — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
— Lonely Planet
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Italian
Cit Turin
2 reviews
Much of Turin's fine dining is done in hallowed old Savoy surrounds, but Piano 35 is defiantly different — Lonely Planet
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