Laleo is a cozy spot where you can stop for a snack, tea or lunch in Turin. Known for its smart cuisine, it offers simple recipes where high quality and care for details are the main ingredients. After writing Gambero Rosso’s “Guida dei Vini” (“Wine Guide”), journalist Eleonora Guerini succeeded in creating a place with a menu that stands out against traditional restaurants.
At Laleo’s you can taste hot and cold, exotic and classic soups, or try one of the two most popular specialties: the “Pocha”, a pocket of 48-hour dough made with flours from the Sobrino Mill and complemented with a great variety of fillings; or the "Dorata", a street-food rice that echoes Southern Italy’s “supplì”. The venue is welcoming with a streak of industrial style, a large counter, iron stools and free phone charging and Wi-Fi.