Guarini is located in the street of the same name, via Guarani, in the centre of Turin near via Lagrange and the Porta Nuova train station.
The Chef Federico Pasciucco offers a cuisine that is rooted in the surrounding area of Turin, rediscovering traditional Piedmontese dishes that offer a gastronomic experience to excite the palate.
Guarini is also the perfect setting for an after work or after dinner drink where you can sip on a glass of wine chosen from the vineyards of great local producers or a glass of on tap Turin vermouth or even a mug of excellent Soralama craft beer.
All drinks can be paired with Piedmontese `tapas’ that are inspired by the wide variety of appetizers available in the local cuisine including cold meats and cheeses.
The interior design of Guarini is a tribute to Guarino Guarini, a great 17th century architect who left some pearls of baroque architecture in Turin such as the chapel of San Lorenzo, the dome of the Holy Shroud or the Palazzo Carignano.