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For those of you who are readers of Ms. Adventures in Italy are well aware of Tour del Gelato. If this is your first time hearing about this then you’re in for a real treat! Sara who writes Ms. Adventures is quite the foodie! In fact, she has a link page dedicated to finding the best gelato not only in Italy, but in the world. We, the authors of TurinLove, are crazy for gelato!  We have our favorites, yet we also love discovering new places and flavors. Join us as we take you along to find the best places in Turin for your gelato fix!

Like many cafes in Turin, Roma già Talmone has been a fixture in the city since the 1800s. Located near Turin’s main train station, Porta Nuova, Roma già Talmone is a prime spot for people watching. No matter the season, Roma is always bustling with patrons wether it be for their gelato or excellent aperitivo. After all, how can you resist a cafe who’s display makes your mouth water…

On a beautiful sunny afternoon, there is nothing more pleasant than enjoying a gelato from Roma già Talmone.  Whenever we try a new gelaterie, we tend to stick to the classic flavors so that we can better compare with others.  This time around, we chose Pistacchio, Straciatella, and Cioccolato Fondente.

I found the Pistacchio to be light and creamy with just the right level of flavor.  The lack of actual pieces of pistacchio was a nice surprise and made it perfect for sharing with a infant. While the straciatella had a nice cream to chocolate ratio, I personally thought the pieces were a bit too large and sometimes made it overwhelming. Lastly, the Cioccolato Fondente is usually my favorite flavor but unfortunately, we both were in agreement that it was a little bitter.

Overall, our experience was great and this is definitely a “must-eat” spot.

Roma già Talmone

Piazza Carlo Felice,36

10121- Torino

www.romagiatalmone.it