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Rivoli: Tiffany Caffe'

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Reviewed by: rkorchid from NH, review #3367

When: 2009

Comfortable, homey cafe on one of the main streets of downtown Rivoli

Directions: In the center of downtown Rivoli one block from the end of the Corso Francia

Tiffany Caffe, photo by Stephen

We had a simple lunch after a morning of exploring the buses trying to locate the castle in this bustling suburb of Turin.

We started by sharing a plate of mixed antipasti. We then each had a order of salad Tiffany. This turned out to be an interesting variation on salade Nicoise. It was cured tuna on a bed of radicchio with olives, walnuts, and corn.

We each had a glass of a frizzante Chardonnay from the Veneto which was delicious and refreshing. Unfortunately whoever poured our second glasses substituted a different wine that was rather tart and uninspired.

With water our lunch was 28 euros.

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