According to the story, Magorabin is Torino’s ‘boogeyman’. Since 2003, it is also the destination for a contemporary take on Torino’s cuisine and the place to experience a unique take on hospitality, just off its iconic Mole Antonelliana. Through its attention to detail, comfort and care, and a gourmet approach to the table, Magorabin extends the vocabulary of taste, whether it’s in one of its dishes at the restaurant or in a glass at the newly launched cocktail bar, in the nearby space where it all started many years ago. A dynamic force in constant evolution, Magorabin is contemporary, its design reflecting the global nature of chef patron Marcello Trentini, who nonetheless remains strongly attached to Torino. A Michelin star restaurant since 2013.
Sleek, elegant, confident, Magorabin looks so stunning it’s hard to believe it’s 16 years old. The welcome bar and the dining rooms reflect the global nature of its chef patron Marcello Trentini, with architectural references clearly pointing to New York and details such as the walls and lights celebrating Italian craftsmanship. Guests who wish to enjoy a more exclusive experience may choose the Social Table: the ultimate destination designed to foster a sense of communion, this high table sits up to 8 guests just outside of the kitchen, allowing them to connect more directly with the chefs.