There is a place in Turin where enchantment and color mix together. From their harmonious union arises an atmosphere full of childlike grace, beauty and timeless delight. This place is called Stratta, a historical confectionary, located in the center of the Savoy capital since 1836.
In the Salotto of Turin, called Piazza San Carlo, under its majestic arcades, among different historical signs stands Stratta, a wooden monoblock devanture with pure gold inserts. Upon entering you will be overwhelmed by its past illuminated by the stucco ceiling, marble floor, large central chandelier and the sumptuous original wood and glass furnishings.
The gold emblem of the Real Casa supplier stands above the frame of the mirrors. Stratta is a culmination of pure gluttony with colors that emerge from every where taking you back in time to a childish naivete.
This really is every child’s dream, including yours, to be enchanted by its delicacies: confectionary of all sorts, fruit jellies, crystallized candied flowers, grandmother’s bonbons (with rosemary, lavender, coriander) and candies. The sweetness doesn’t end here, great quality is also exemplified in the pastries such as the classic Sacher and Adri cake, soft sponge cake with light cream, berries, rasperry coulis and hazelnut.
Stratta was, and will remain a magical place to be discovered. Here children can return to the joy of chocolate and candies in an exceptional setting that has seen the history of the Piedmont capital first hand through the years.