Officine Grandi Riparazioni, Turin

3.7
#25 of 62 in Museums in Turin
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  • do not serve parlole the best advice is to go see it, when things are designed well and made just as you can do extraordinary things. Stop by for breakfast if you have time.
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  • Restructured places really well. Something new at least to Turin. We had dinner in the bistro. The décor is modern and imaginative detail. The food quality is good, but the prices are too high and the portions really scarce. Only bottled wine from 18 euros for not a freisa of 2016 quite poor. Service quite slow, although the staff kind.
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  • All Wonderfully recovered our American guests absolutely fascinated. Great round table who favored dialogue. Excellent wines consistently good excellent sweets. Nice open kitchen staff stra showed no flaws of any kind. The Bill I was surprised: honest!!! Will definitely stay again and recommend
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  • This place was originally a train depot for maintenance and repair, now a museum and a spectacular coffee shop and restaurant. While having an espresso you can read a book or browse the net at the impressive central table.This wonderful building is unmissable!!!
  • Just nice how it has been refurbished, cafe prices are pretty honest , much less then I tough it would be for such hip place
  • Good place for having lunch with quality food and not very expensive.
  • The exhibition​ should have been open until 10PM but at 9PM it is already closed, congrats, that's a very nice way to promote a new place. I had big expectations from this new life of OGR but the first impression hasn't been that nice. Outside: Why make dunes at the entrance and don't even think that people will probably like to walk on to take pictures to share? Very cheap signs, in Italian only, warns about the interdiction. Why that light green for the wall? it reminds me about an '80s public school. Inside: I went at the upstair bar, the service wasn't that fast also if there weren't a lot of people. A dj set would probably be appreciated. There is too much light from below and the atmosphere in general isn't that cool for an all new location. I hope exhibitions will be very attractive but I think there's still something to work on.
  • The exhibition​ should have been open until 10PM but at 9PM it is already closed, congrats, that's a very nice way to promote a new place. I had big expectations from this new life of OGR but the first impression hasn't been that nice. Outside: Why make dunes at the entrance and don't even think that people will probably like to walk on to take pictures to share? Very cheap signs, in Italian only, warns about the interdiction. Why that light green for the wall? it reminds me about an '80s public school. Inside: I went at the upstair bar, the service wasn't that fast also if there weren't a lot of people. A dj set would probably be appreciated. There is too much light from below and the atmosphere in general isn't that cool for an all new location. I hope exhibitions will be very attractive but I think there's still something to work on.

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