Friday, July 27, 2007

Caffè Ristorante Platti

Another historical Cafe in Torino. This is Platti. As you can see it isn't less beautiful than other historical cafe I showed you before. Platti it's also -if not overall- a chocolate producer (in Italy Torino is probably the first city where to taste excellent chocolate). I published some photo in past HERE and HERE where to see Platti's chocolate and Gianduiotti = the typical chocolates of Torino. Next some days some other photo of Platti.

Un altro caffè storico in Torino. Questo è Platti. Come si può vedere esso non di certo meno bello dei precedenti locali storici mostrati in precedenza. Platti è altresì -se non soprattutto- un produttore di cioccolato (cioccolateria). Torino, come sapete, è probabilmente la prima città in Italia ove trovare un buon cioccolato. Ho pubblicato in precedenza qui altre fotografie dei prodotti di Platti e dei suoi Gianduiotti (i tipici cioccolatini di Torino). Nei prossimi giorni altre foto di Platti. --- Circa i collegamenti si rimanda alla versione inglese giacché non mutano rispetto alla versione italiana.
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8 comments:

Kate said...

It is a very elegant cafe! The ceiling detail is also quite outstanding.

Coltrane_lives said...

Seems the elegance of this cafe has scared the men away. Quite an eye bedazzling stop...and it's got chocolate, too! BTW...my 3 yr old daughter's favorite cookies these days are the Italian Quadratinis. Yeah, it makes me smile when she tries to pronounce them.

Nikon said...

It looks like a very beautiful place, Fabrizio - amazing places to eat in your city.

Sally said...

How absolutely gorgeous. I am determined to plut Torino on my itinerary next time I visit Italy. (Picked up my nrenewed Italian passport today, so I am free to run away any time! Yes, I am an Italiana by marriage)

So, fabrizio, seeing as both Sydney and Torino are sisters of Nagoya, does that make us sisters-in-law, or sisters once removed, or step-sisters or half sisters???

Jilly said...

Oh wow, Fabrizio. this place is amazing. Makes me feel I want to put on glad rags and a feather bower. One day...

Beautiful - elegant - so inviting.

And Sally, I feel like you. Torino is on my one-day list too.

Nazzareno said...

Fai conto che ci sia la nuvoletta bianca con dentro scritto:"senza parole!"
Ciao

richard said...

I'm getting quite overwhelmed by all these images of Torino cafes - it really evokes "belle epoque" and "dolce vita". I'm assuming all of these are done without flash and the tones/colours are exceptional

travelphilippines said...

the ceiling was just sooooooooo elegant...and the chandelier are so beautiful