We went for a coffee there after lunch. Now, stating that we had "coffee" sounds reductive.
Honestly, everywhere in Turin you can have good coffee - it is just like in Trieste, another coffee capital.
We also savoured a marron glace and a pastry.
I strongly suggest you to order "caffe' capriccio" and their signature "caffe' baratti": you won't regret them (and no, I won't spoil their taste / composition on here - you really need to go and try them yourself!).
The service was fast and caring, and we also met a curious old man who took us through hidden paths to another gem of Turin - apparently, he is a loyal customer of this place, so you might be likely to bump into him. A very nice encounter.
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