Manzò Torino / Torino

Via Gramsci 1 Torino 10123
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:30 - 23:00

Dal taglio alla tavola, ristorante macelleria in centro a Torino. Manzò offre un servizio completo: apre alle 10:30 di mattina e si inizia con il servizio macelleria, dove potete acquistare affettati come il prosciutto cotto nello straccio, il famoso prosciutto crudo spagnolo Pata Negra di Joselito, un’accurata selezione di formaggi locali come il Cevrin di Coazze con presidio Slow Food oppure formaggi inglesi come lo Stilton, oltre ovviamente alle carni, da tutto il mondo da cucinare comodamente a casa propria. Dalle 12:00 inizia il vero e proprio servizio ristorante, qui potete scegliere le carni che preferite e mangiarle seduti comodamente al tavolo. Si riapre poi alle 17:30 per il servizio macelleria e fino alle 23:00 per cenare. La grande protagonista di Manzò è la carne italiana, argentina, giapponese o australiana che sia. Potrete assaggiare varie tipologie come pecora, pollo, maiale, coniglio o agnello, oltre alle prelibate carni di Kobe Giapponese oppure Angus Argentino da gustare cotte sulle nostre griglie. Ma non solo carne da taglio anche roast beef al castelmagno, vitello tonnato oppure tris di cruda al coltello.

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# 263 of 1398 Restaurants in Turin
average 2643 votes
Tips from the Net @ Manzò Torino
Sharesound keldor en
Wow GooglePlace - October 2017
Fabio Fiorenzano it
Bel locale.carne molto buona,il tris di crudo è buonissimo!prezzi un po' alti.consigliato! Foursquare - March 2017
白浅 en
The menus are up on the wall and the waitresses are the chefs daughters. The chef is an elderly Italian man who frequently appears out of the kitchen and has no problem raising his voice across the whole restaurant. My friend who lives in Milan told me he is extremely well known. I found the whole scenario quite comical! GooglePlace - March 2017
Antoine Sciberras en
Great for meat lovers GooglePlace - January 2017
Mark J Galea en
This must have been my 10th visit in these last 3 years, and every single time I go there I experience great food and fantastic service. The concept in itself is a no-brainer. You have to try it out. How can anything beat a butcher shop that grills your meats there and then? Nothing can get better than that! And when the meats are of premium quality, then this is undoubtedly a winning formula. This time round, I had a Texan steak (which is heavily marbled and tasted wonderful) and the other people in our group had a Bistecca Fiorentina that was served on a Himalayan salt slab. Needless to say, the salt melts when the warm meat is placed on it. WOW! I don't feel the need to mention that the steaks were cooked to this is always the case with Manzo'. But the balance of the saltiness from the slab with the tasty Fionentina is out of this world. We liked it so much that the three of us are now in the process of buying a salt slab to use at home. As I said before, my Texan steak was also very juicy and tasty. The cabbage in lemon juice that we ordered as a side salad was the best accompaniment to these great dishes. Manzo' was my number 1 restaurant in Turin. It still is even after this visit and I think that it's going to be very difficult for any eatery to knock it off the throne! GooglePlace - September 2016