Went there for breakfast, we tried different specialities and they were all surprising and tasty! Plus the prices are decent.
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Went with my husband and kids on a Sunday for late afternoon snack, and was happy with the choice. I tried the Canolo Africano, it was fabulous it is made with their homemade pistacchio spread. Can't wait to go back to try other things.
I love this place so much, that i want to scream! The best cannoli ever! Me and my boyfriend even got a tradition to have a brakfast there once in a week. I love the design, the staff (superfunny and polite), the food and...everything! Dear Pistacchio, thank you so much! Can i stay in your cafe forever? Or maybe you... More
Met some friends at Pistacchio, a Sicilian cafe' and pastry shop, for lunch. Wonderful atmosphere and food. Authentic, hand made by Sicilian pastry chef, you can find appetizers, pasta, and so many types of cannoli and sweets. We loved the "arancini", crispy filled rice balls, that come in a wide selection of unique fillings I'd never seen before like pistacchio... More
Found this wonderful cafe next to the markets along Corso Racconigi. A great selection of pastries, with Sicilian and Piemonte specialties... wish i could have tried so many more of the delicious treats on display but each is to be savoured and enjoyed on its own. The cheerful waitress was kind enough to explain the pastries in English which made... More
We have visited this coffee shop many times since we have been here in Turin and as we still have a couple of days left here we will certainly be going back (10 day visit). Being a couple of daft tourists not being very effective at speaking Italian having the staff speaking such great English was a HUGE help. The... More
Was in Turin Italy for the World Master Games recently and came across this amazing coffee shop. They could speak English which was awesome and made us feel very comfortable. I met the owner and he was a very kind man who shred lots of pastries with us to get our opinions. He was very friendly and took interest in... More
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