Le Jardin Fleuri, an Art Nouveau villa of the early 1900s rises in the central square of Romano Canavese (Turin). The garden, dominated by a centuries-old magnolia, welcome customers of both the restaurant and the café.
In the first, the Chef offers traditional Piedmontese and French plates, presented in Art Nouveau porcelain set of dishes in an environment where everything recalls the atmosphere of the early 1900s. To underline the research of raw materials, choosing products from Slow Food Presidia and from neighboring areas (with a wine list that pays particular attention to Canavese products).
In the cafeteria in addition to the Vergnano coffee and the infusions of Damman Frères, they propose the "Madeleines" mentioned by Proust. There are numerous events in spring and summer where you can enjoy drinks and sorbets accompanied by "canapè".