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Verdi d'indivia

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 7 reviews )
Contact 0117640109

Via Giuseppe Barbaroux 5, Turin, Italy,

Vegetarian restaurant opened February 2014. Serves pasta, lasagna, risotto and other savory dishes. Also has muffins, cakes and soy yogurt with fresh fruit and cereals. Juices and smoothies made-to-order. Fresh and youthful atmosphere. Free Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Sat 10:00am-7:30pm, Sun 3:00pm-8:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Italian, Salad bar, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out

Reviews (7)

First Review by LunaBosio

Cozy and Tasty - Edit

Great place to have a quick lunch snack. Even though I am not a big fan of buffets in general, we've arrived just when the preparations for the day were done, so everything was very fresh. The staff is very helpful and speaks English. I will definitely eat here again.

Pros: Nice location, Great food, Friendly Staff

Cons: Food is "simple"

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A comfy place in central Turin - Edit

Mostly of the dishes (cakes included) are vegan and staff are always available to describe ingredients in details.
Healthy fresh food and good value for money.
It is very easy to reach from central Turin and its interiors are very nice and clean.

Pros: Good value, Central, Very clean

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Cozy place, kind staff - Edit

I usually go there to have breakfast: you can find tasty vegan cakes and muffins, organic coffee and smoothies. Having a coffee and muffin is really cheap. The staff is always ready to suggest alternatives and give information.

Pros: Helpful staff, Cheap

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Delicious food and drinks, lots of vegan options - Edit

Although it is a vegeterian restaurant (not 100% vegan), it offers lots of vegan menu items. Very kind staff and nice interior. I recommend to have one or two lunches there!

Pros: Nice staff, Lots of vegan options, Located very close to the touristical hub

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helpful staff and tasty fresh food - Edit

I asked the staff which savoury vegetables were vegan and they said all of them (except the pies). I had pasta, veggie burgers and potatoes and all were delicious. I also had freshly squeezed apple juice and a vegan chocolate muffin. Delicious! Also the staff were really kind and friendly.

Pros: cheap, tasty, fresh

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Cute place, tasty food and friendly staff - Edit

This place is great for lunches! The scenery looks modern and is clean. My vegan boyfriend was very pleased with the choices of food. I've had a really tasty zuccini-quiche, chickpea salad and some couscous. It all tasted good and fresh. Inexpensive food and the staff is very friendly. Although the employee said he didn't speak very good English, he spoke English very well :)

Pros: Freshly made, Tasty, Clean and modern interieur

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is not vegan - Edit

use honey and other derivatives, and 'vegan friendly but not 100% vegan attention!

1 Response

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verdidiIndivia 08 May 2014 - Hello, we just want to specificate that all our recipes are animal origin products free.
In our cafe it is possibile to find only cow milk (in addiction to Soy and Rice milk) for what concerns the cafeteria.

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