Café Al Bicerin
110 locals recommend ·
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Small historic Cafe', inventor of the famous "bicerin" hot chocolate and coffee cream drink, near the famous Consolata church in the heart of Turin
founded in 1763. The current building was designed by the architect Carlo Promis and constructed in 1856 with its modern-day elegant demeanour: the walls were embellished with wooden panelling decorated with mirrors and lamps and the characteristic small round white marble tables. The success of the…
Da provare il tipico Bicerin o un rigenerante zabaglione! *** Founded in 1763, with an exquisitely simple boiserie interior dating to the early 1800s, this one-room cafe takes its name from its signature drink, a potent combination of chocolate, coffee and cream. Zabaione, an eggy, boozy…
Discover and taste the famous BICERIN and their wonderful cakes, in a historical and unique atmosphere.
if you are visiting the Quadrilatero neighbourhood you have to stop here and ask for a "Bicerin", a tasteful drink made by coffee, chocolate and cream.
[IT] Uno dei caffè storici di Torino dove è possibile assaggiare il famoso Bicerin (caffè, cioccolato e latte). [ENG] On the historical coffee houses in Torino where you can taste the famous Bicerin, a drink made of espresso, chocolate and coffee. Delicious!
This famous and historical caffe serves the famous "Bicerin". I suggest also to visit the Consolata Church which is in front of the coffe.
The place to taste the historical Turinese drink bicerin he that was invented in this establishment back in 1763
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