Coming to Turin?

Dates and Opening Hours

Date: October 23-27, 2014
Times: Thursday to Sunday: 11am – 11pm, Monday: 11am – 8pm


Entry Tickets

If you haven’t already yet, you can buy your ticket online at no extra cost and avoid the queues. Slow Food members are able to take advantage of the 50% discount on entrance fees. 


Bookable events

Places are limited for events like the Taste Workshops, Mixology and Dinner Dates, so booking is essential. Any remaining places can be booked during the event. Slow Food members are entitled to a 20% discount on pre-booked events. 


Getting there

Location: Lingotto Fiere, via Nizza 280, Turin, Italy

If you’re arriving by plane, train, bus, bike, car, the Salone del Gusto website has detailed information for how to get you there.


Finding your way around the event

Here you can download and print a map of the area. Take note that there will not be a printed program or map available at the event, to help with the environmental sustainability of the event, this year all the information is digital or available to print at home.


Download the day-by-day program for WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY



Where to eat and drink



Neuv Caval’d Brons

Piazza San Carlo

Historic Turinese café. Don’t miss the Cavallo di Bronzo breakfast. Along with your coffee, try a cannolo filled with zabaglione cream to really start the day off on the right foot.


Al Bicerin

Piazza della Consolata, 5

This tiny café looks exactly as it did 200 years ago, and offers an unmissable experience for any Turin-visiting food-lovers. 


Hot Chocolate

Caffè Confetteria Baratti & Milano

Piazza Castello, 29

Located between the Galleria Subalpina and Piazza Castello, this café was opened in 1875 by Ferdinando Baratti and Edoardo Milano, and immediately distinguished itself for its quality, winning the sought-after title of Supplier to the Royal House. The ideal place for sipping a hot chocolate or stocking up on gianduia chocolates.


Guido Gobino

Via Lagrange, 1

Master chocolatier Guido Gobino offers a wide range of chocolates, macaroons, chocolate disks and gianduiotti.



Ottimo Via San Francesco D’assisi

Marchetti Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 24bis

Gelateria Popolare Via Borgo Dora




Largo Saluzzo, 25

This modern osteria is perfect for a lunch inspired by Piedmontese tradition with a touch of innovation. Try their take on vitello tonnato (veal in tuna sauce), agnolotti al plin pasta with three roast meats or Greppi pigeon. Great attention is paid to sourcing the best ingredients.


Da Cianci

Largo 4 Marzo, 9/b

Looking out on to delightful little piazza, this small piola (small Piedmontese restaurant) is perfect for a quick meal in the covered outdoor area. A must for all Turin visitors and locals. 



Birreria San Paolo

Via Airasca, 11/d


Taberna (wine bar)

Libraria Via Bogino, 5



Vineria Tre Galli

Via Sant’Agostino, 25

One of the first restaurants to open in the Quadrilatero Romano neighborhood. We love the encyclopedic list of wines and their variation on insalata russa (Russian salad) featuring quail’s eggs.


Antiche Sere

Via Cenischia, 9

Solidly traditional Piedmontese cooking. Carne cruda (veal tartare), tajarin pasta with chicken livers and roast pork shin are among the dishes we particularly recommend.



Via Monte di Pietà, 23

The wine list, entitled Eccessi e Riflessioni (“excesses and reflections”) offers over 250 natural wines. Nettle-filled plin pasta, plenty of offal (including brain ravioli) and the famous three pannacottas. Unmissable!


Le Tre Galline

Via G. Bellezia, 37

One of the city’s top restaurants, Tre Galline has been offering Turinese cuisine for around 500 years. Ingredients are always seasonal and recipes are always based on tradition.



Otto e Tre Quarti

Piazza Solferino, 8C

Classic Neapolitan-style pizza baked in a wood-fired oven and topped with the best-quality ingredients.



Via Berthollet, 17/I



Zheng Yang

Via Principi D’Acaja, 61

Piero Ling will be happy to suggest the best traditional Cantonese dishes. Dumplings and seaweed are top of our list.




Via Bellezia, 8G

A warm, welcoming atmosphere. Among the specialties, we recommend the Sibir, which uses the traditional method of cooking on stones, used in the hearths of the camps of the people living in the Altai mountains, along the border between Siberia and Mongolia.



Mare Nostrum

Via Matteo Pescatore, 16

A varied menu, authentic ingredients and careful preparation, plus a rustic, welcoming setting can all be found in this historic osteria in the center of Turin.


Trattoria Spirito Santo

Largo IV Marzo,11



Soul Kitchen – Vegan & Raw Food

Via Santa Giulia, 2



Staying on in Turin?

Find out what to do here from the Turin tourist office


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