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Hafa Sto­rie

A Pied­mont Moroc­can restau­rant. In Turin, this is fairly com­mon be­cause the city’s se­cond largest for­eign com­mu­nity is the Moroc­can com­mu­nity, and the restau­rant is lo­cated in Porta Palazzo, the city’s multi- eth­nic district par ex­cel­lence. While the Pied­mon­tese of­fer­ings are cre­ated by Chris­tian Milone, a young, tal­ented starred chef hail­ing from Trat­to­ria Zap­pa­tori in Pinerolo, the Moroc­can dishes are pre­pared by Aicha the cook. Be­tween a seven- veg­etable cous­cous and a braise with po­lenta, this restau­rant lays the foun­da­tions for a har­mo­nious, pro­duc­tive cul­tural ex­change. Open Tues- Fri 11am- 3pm/ 5pm12.30am; Sat 10am-12.30am; Sun 11.30am- 4.30pm. €€. hafas­to­ Gal­le­ria Um­berto I, 10/13. T: 011 19486765. Map F2

Kay Essenza Peru­viana & Pis­co­bar

Lo­cated in the Cro­cetta district, this top- level Peru­vian restau­rant is helmed by a team of young, knowl­edge­able staff. The menu em­braces the tra­di­tional flavours of ev­ery re­gion in Peru, from its

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