Where to eat in Turin and

IN THE LANGHE ON YOUR VESPA

This is a hard choice as there is the Savoy capital Turin and its own special tastes on the one hand and on the other the hills, UNESCO World Heritage Site and its food and wine. Do you have a preference? We recommend you try both if you can!

In these areas, there are innumerable different types of restaurants. Some offering traditional Piedmont cuisine and others Italian culinary art or international dishes.

There is something to satisfy all palates from those preferring traditional food to those seeking innovative dishes and a range of eateries from trattorias to Michelin starred restaurants. On your Vespa you can go everywhere fast and with ease: first indulge your vision, then your soul and finally your appetite.

Where to eat in Turin and

IN THE LANGHE ON YOUR VESPA

This is a hard choice as there is the Savoy capital Turin and its own special tastes on the one hand and on the other the hills, UNESCO World Heritage Site and its food and wine. Do you have a preference? We recommend you try both if you can!
In these areas, there are innumerable different types of restaurants. Some offering traditional Piedmont cuisine and others Italian culinary art or international dishes.
There is something to satisfy all palates from those preferring traditional food to those seeking innovative dishes and a range of eateries from trattorias to Michelin starred restaurants. On your Vespa you can go everywhere fast and with ease: first indulge your vision, then your soul and finally your appetite.

Go from one restaurant to another on your Vespa:

WHERE TO EAT IN TURIN

Turin is a city that has considerably changed over the last fifteen years even in terms of food and wine.  In the city you can find historic restaurants such as the Ristorante Del Cambio, in Piazza Carignano where Conte Camillo Benso, one of the architects of Italian Unification loved dining together with his collaborators always at the same table. In this restaurant you can inhale the history of Turin and Italy. 

To get a taste of the city’s history, we recommend that you also take a break in the historic cafés where you can sip delicious coffee, hot chocolate or have lunch. 

The following lists the cult bars:

At least 7 restaurants in Turin boast Michelin starts.  Amongst these one of the most recent to get a star is the Ristorante Carignano which is in one of the most exclusive hotels in the historic centre, the Hotel Sitea

By moving around on your Vespa you can find restaurants hosted in special locations just a few kilometres away which are somewhat out of the ordinary. One example is Condividere in Nuvola Lavazza, the new offices of the company which produces coffee and opened its doors in Turin 1895. 

A little further on is Spazio 7, a restaurant housed in the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo and this can be reached in 10 minutes on your Vespa.  If instead, you wish to dine or enjoy an excellent aperitif in the most panoramic restaurant in the city and the highest in Italy, then park your Vespa under the Intesa Sanpaolo Skyscraper and go up to Floor 35.

Turin is in Piedmont and here you will find classic Piedmontese Cuisine mainly at Da Betty, Piola da Celso or L’oca Fola. You can also taste typical regional products at the famous restaurants in Eataly in Lingotto

However, if you’d like just to have an aperitif, head your Vespa in the direction of the Quadrilatero Romano (around the corner from Porta Palazzo) or go to the Vanchiglia and Aurora quarters. Some places of excellence here are:

From Turin to the Langhe: tradition and innovation at the table

The Piedmontese wine and food traditions are rooted in the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato. And here the best ambassadors of traditional cuisine are the Piedmontese tajarin, the agnolotti del plin, vitello tonnato, insalata russa or brasato al Barolo. These specialities are reinvented and revised yet always retain their special taste.  

Therefore, wherever you go on your Vespa you will always find a locanda, trattoria or restaurant which will fully satisfy your tastes. 

Starting from the Trattoria nelle Vigne in Diano d’Alba: set in the midst of a vineyard this is a unique location.  An excellent alternative is the Osteria da Gemma: its history and legendary reputation mean you must book well in advance.  The dishes are truly authentic, genuine and traditional.

When speaking about where to eat in the Langhe, it’s a good idea to know exactly where you are going because the wealth of places to choose from is infinite. 

For this reason, we have chosen some of those which can easily be reached on your Vespa: 

From Turin to the Langhe: tradition and innovation at the table

In the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato flanking the gourmand cuisine is the gourmet cuisine which deserves to be tasted even if it is somewhat more expensive. 

Here the great chefs challenge each other:  there are those that remain faithful to tradition and others that reinterpret dishes.  Let’s start from the top: from Alba and the three Michelin star restaurant in Piazza Duomo which is masterfully run by chef Enrico Crippa, followed by:

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