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Torino: Pizzeria Regina Margherita

2 Via del Carmine , Phone: 011.4310287

Closing day: none

Reviewed by: JDeQ from Canada, review #2943

When: 2008

A bustling restaurant located right on the Piazza Savoia. Popular with locals who clearly keep returning because of the good food.

Directions: Located on the PIazza Savoia

The Cuppo Appetizer, photo by J DeQuetteville

This restaurant was located within two minutes from our B & B. We ate there on our first night in Torino - we didn't want to go far after having traveled for 36 hours. This place looked interesting so we went in.

There were three areas in which you could sit - inside, on the patio outside, and on a second patio which was surrounded by shrubs strung with tiny lights. We sat outside and were happy with the spot.

The menu was varied - lots of pasta, pizza, and even meat and fish mains. We stuck to pizza and pasta. We shared a caprese salad and a special appetizer called a cuppo to start. The cuppo was a large paper cone stuffed with arancini, stuffed fried balls of bread, potato croquettes, and herbed bread balls. Judging by the number of tables that had this delivered to their tables this was a very popular item! Paul enjoyed his gnocchi and my calzone stuffed with ricotta, provolone, and salami was amazing.

The portions were huge so we couldn't manage dessert.

The bill came to 41 euro for the appetizer, salad, gnocchi, calzone, a litre of wine, and a bottle of mineral water.

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