We were hungry after our visit to Superga so decided to eat here rather than wait to find somewhere in central Turin. Nice pizza and not expensive and of course very handy if you are visiting Superga via the railway.
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An interesting place full of history and artefacts. The service is a little haphazard but everyone is very friendly. Don't expect anyone to speak a word of English so go prepared with a book that tells you what foods are what or with 4G for...More
We were staying at the Parco Sassi hotel on a Monday evening, and it must be said that it wasn’t easy to find much open in the nearby area. Thankfully, however, the restaurant at the bottom of the Sassi rack railway was open, because after...More
A charming restaurant with displays of the history of the trams which still run from the adjacent station to the Superga at the top of the hill. The service was very friendly and the food was absolutely excellent.
we celebrated my birthday at this restaurant and we enjoyed out meal. My little grandson loved to see the life sized horses and the old fashioned carriage that is placed in the middle of the dining room. A bit of history of the city of...More
The tram brings you up the mountain to Superga Church. Nice atmosphere of retro tram with picturesque views around cost 4.5 EUR one way. If the weather is fine and you are strong enough you can go down the mountain by feet.
The food was delicious! Service very quick and quite friendly at first, some of their staff (we were served by 2 waiters) seemed a bit impatient, which doesn't make one feel very welcome. They tried (and accomplished well) to speak a language we both shared...More
We had an early evening meal here after catching the last train down from the Superga Basillica. Perfect timing as the restaurant opens at 7pm. The medium priced set menu (€22) enabled us to sample 3 local dishes that we probably wouldn't have chosen from...More
This station and the functioning trains leading to Superga hill are the excellent result of voluntary work over many years. Technically unique as far as the railway system goes, it also offers a small museum and a nice restaurant, both of distinctive taste.