The capital of Piedmont offers a unique opportunity to taste traditional Piedmont fare at many restaurants in Turin. Look out for menus that list fine Piemontese produce such as agnolotti, stuffed pasta made from local wheat, risottos from Piedmont rice, lean and tender beef from the local Razza cattle, white (Tuber magnatum) and black (Tuber macrosporum)truffles and local cheeses like Raschera and Toma. In Turin, good Italian food does not get much better than this! Of course there are numerous places offering Pizza as well as other Italian restaurants listing different regional dishes. You won't be disappointed.
Piazza della Consolata, 5
Opened in 1763, possibly Turin's oldest and smallest café... read more
Via Carlo Ignazio Giulio, 25
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 72