Nice restaurant but that table in the back corner we had wasn't the nicest place to be seated. The restaurant wasn't full and I don't understand why they put us there while we had made a reservation. The food is good but we were not...More
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After reading many reviews on TripAdvisor we were somewhat disappointed but still had an enjoyable evening. We ordered a prosciutto Toscana with taglio cheeses to share . The cheese was not quite to our liking but the ham was great. My main was a duck...More
We loved everything about our experience at Due Monti. The food was beautifully presented and tasty. The artichoke and parmesan appetizer was light and tasty and creatively presented with bits of fresh saffron and herbs. The fresh pasta with dried roe was also unique and...More
We recently ate at this restaurant and were not disappointed. We all tried the tasting menu which was delicious and as one of us was vegetarian, they were offered dishes tgat were not on the menu. Service was excellent and if I return to Turin,...More
We took the waiter's suggestion & ordered their traditional Piemontese tasting menu. There were 4 courses & wine & water were included at €35 per head. The food was delicious (we really enjoyed the 2 veal courses) & the service was excellent.
Appears one main waiter and an assistant cover the entire restaurant. Wine selection average - our bottle was recommended but even with decanting was too tart light and not enjoyable. Antipasto was average - portion was good size No idea why everything had to be...More
Due Mondi is a relatively traditional restaurant located close to one of the train stations in Turin. It's designed in an 80s style I would say. Some reviewers have commented on the fact that the design is outdated but I cannot confirm this assessment. It's...More