This bustling spot in the center of Turin's business district teems with locals at both lunch and dinner. After a flux of Tuscan migrants moved to Turin in the sixties, Da Mauro was one of the first restaurants to cater to their tastes. It's been here ever since. The menu changes daily and is as long and as varied as one might wish, with both Tuscan-style seafood and meat courses always present. The tagliatelle con sugo di anatra (with duck sauce), and the misto pesce alla livornese (Livorno-style fish stew) are both excellent. Service is brisk and efficient—it's not the place to come for a slow-paced meal.
Via Maria Vittoria 21, Turin, Piedmont, Italy