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Turin’s CioccolaTò

Turin’s CioccolaTò March 25, 2011 | Food | Read More
Today sees CioccolaTò return to Turin until 3rd April when there will be numerous events and tasting programmes all over the city. Check out the CioccolaTò website for more information.

Turin’s Guido Gobino Interviewed

Turin’s Guido Gobino Interviewed March 16, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
Guido Gobino, the chocolate magician from Turin, Piedmont is interviewed on “Italian Reflcetions”Guido says: “I believe that the first step towards obtaining a top quality product is to find the best ingredients ”. For the full interview check out the Italian Reflections website.

Turin’s Paissa

Turin’s Paissa December 12, 2010 | Food | Read More
Founded in 1884, this is considered to be Turin’s top delicatessen. Located in Piazza San Carlo, this is one of those shops you really must visit. Bursting with Italian, as well as foreign, delicacies and wines. A gastronomic emporium and a gourmet’s delight.

Turin’s Pfatisch

Turin’s Pfatisch December 9, 2010 | Food | Read More
For fine Italian pastries and confectionery, head straight for Pfatisch. Doesn’t sound Italian does it? In 1921, this confectionery and pastry shop was opened by Gustavo Pfaticsh of Bavarian origin. Today it is run by the Ferraris family who maintain the traditions of the past. Must try? The Torta...

Turin’s Enoteca Parola

Turin’s Enoteca Parola December 3, 2010 | Food | Read More
If you are a wine enthusiast then this is the shop for you. This is one of Turin’s most famous enotecas, the place to taste and centrally located on Corso Vittorio Emanuele at number 76. A very large percentage of its wide selection of liqueurs and wines are locally produced in Piedmont. For more...

Salone del Gusto Last Day

Salone del Gusto Last Day October 24, 2010 | Food | Read More
Tomorrow, 25th October, is the last day of the Salone del Gusto at Lingotto, a real treat for lovers of fine Italian foods and wines. Don’t miss it… Opening times tomorrow are 11:00 to 20:00.

Turin’s Gianduiotto

Turin’s Gianduiotto September 25, 2010 | Food | Read More
Taste the local tiny hazlenut-scented chocolate Giandujotti, named after the mask of a local Commedia dell’arte mask called Gianduja, at the amazing chocolate boutique of Guido Gobino, Via Lagrange 1.

Turin’s 10 Euro Menus

Turin’s 10 Euro Menus September 16, 2010 | Food | Read More
Five Top Tips for 10 euro fixed menu’s in Turin: Alberoni, Corso Moncalieri, 288 Ca’ Mia, Viale Rimembranza, 5 Casale 93, Corso Casale, 93 I Tarocchi, Via Bellezia, 8 Il Giardino, Strada delle Ghiacciaie, 78

Turin: Dine on a Tram

Turin: Dine on a Tram August 17, 2010 | Food | Read More
The Ristocolor Tram shows you that a tram is not just a means of transportation! This unusual tram houses a charming lounge restaurant where diners can admire the best Turin sights from the comfort of their seats. Enjoy an evening tour of the city whilst tasting local Piedmont delicacies. For more information...

Turin: Mediterranean Market

Turin: Mediterranean Market June 8, 2010 | Food | Read More
“Med in Market” returns to Turin later this week. This is a great opportunity to enjoy and taste excellent food, delicacies and traditional Mediterranean dishes. Organised within the European Project MedEmporion, this initiative is promoted by the Cities of Turin, Genoa and Barcelona, together...