Top Tips for Turin Chocolate Lovers

Following our article on Turin for Chocolate lovers, here’s a list of must-visit cafés to experience the very best chocolates in Turin!

Turin Tourist Office

For information on and opening times of cafés and shops, seasonal city walking tours and chocolate factory visits.

➤ Palazzo Madama
(Closed on Mondays.)

➤ CioccolaTO

Al Bicerin
Piazza della Consolata 5
+39 011 436 9325
Experience bicerin at this tiny café with a 250-year history. Located in a peaceful piazza opposite the Santuario della Consolata. You can buy their chocolates in the adjoining shop.

Baratti & Milano
Piazza Castello 29
+39 011 561 3060
At the entrance to the glass-covered Galleria Subalpina is the seriously spectacular exterior and interior of Baratti & Milano. Experience the capriccio e cioccolata calda.  

Caffè Torino*IMG_7144
Piazza San Carlo 204
+39 011 545118
Meeting place for Turin’s intellectuals in the early 1900s. Tap your foot on the brass bull plaque set in the pavement outside for luck.

Via Po 8
+39 011 817 3225
A pillar of Turin’s historical café scene. Carlo Alberto, King of Piemonte-Sardinia, would ask, “What are they saying at Fiorio?”

Piazza Castello 15
+39 011 547990
Opened in 1907. Originally a distillery, and the first café in Turin to serve sandwiches. Specialities: coffee, hot chocolate and pastries.

*212 Torino cioccolatoPEPINO
Piazza Carignano 8
+39 011 542 009
In 1884 a Neapolitan came to Turin and invented the pinguino, a chocolate covered vanilla ice cream on a stick.

Guido Gobino
Via Lagrange 1
+39 011 566 0707
A hero of Turin’s new chocolate scene. Sample gianduiottini Turinot, cremini or ganaches in a 17th century boutique.

Roma gia Talmone
Piazza Carlo Felice 36
+39 011 506 9215
Popular with locals. Buy a pretty bag of their gianduja wrapped in Italian colours.