Even during the busy dinner hour, Il Giglio seeks to meet the needs of every visitor in this small, two-room restaurant. The restaurant is located near the center of Turin, attracting tourists and locals alike for its traditional Italian fare and seafood specialties. There are two menus, one of which offers the daily selection. The owner Antonio is often circulating the dining area, offering suggestions on fresh catches or best wine pairings. Try the appetizer platter of delicately fried zucchini flowers, squid, anchovies, and other little sea critters or the gnocchi with melted castelmagno cheese and shrimp. Their selection of desserts, like the pear sorbet and the apple gelato, is light and refreshing even after a heavy meal. Reservations in advanced are highly recommended.
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