This is the most long-lived and elegant restaurant in Turin. Del Cambio opened in 1757 and has been, from the beginning, the social meeting point for the local elites. Located right in front of the amazing Palazzo Carignano, it is still one of the most exclusive eateries in Turin.
Piedmont region is a very important Italian gastronomic centre. Some of the creations invented here are now known all over the world, such as Grissini breadsticks or Gianduia — a typical hazelnut chocolate. The combination of chocolate and nuts gave the start to Nutella, which is also produced here in Piedmont. If you are an adventurous eater this region certainly won't disappoint you, offering a wide range of pasta, rice, game meat, freshwater fish and delicious desserts made with the best chocolate in the country. All this is normally accompanied by some of the finest wines in Italy: Barbera, Dolcetto, Barolo, Moscato and more. Last but not least, to finish your meal with a high note, enjoy some delicious local grappas.