Torino’s first authentically French brasserie.
It began as a twin of the homonymous “Le Chat Noir” in Paris –
the well-known locale that was created at the end of the 19th century by Rodolph Salis, with a reproduction of his famous black cat – but over time it took on the name Chez Gaby.
The brasserie is charming both in the winter – when you can enjoy French specialties and glasses of excellent wine around the fireplace – and in the summer, outside in the candle-lit area overlooking “Piazza Carlina” (Piazza Carlo Emanuele) and the façade of the church of Santa Pelagia.
Besides the traditional French specialties (baguettes, crepes, assiette de fromage, salade, soupe d'oignon, tarte tatin), the brasserie offers typical Italian dishes as well.