La Gallina Sciavi, tapas and fish cuisine in Turin – Italian Cuisine

La Gallina Sciavi, tapas and fish cuisine in Turin


Red zone, orange zone, yellow zone. Here the restaurants resist and modify their proposals for take-away and delivery. In Turin

The second wave of Covid-19 and the consequent zone closure (yellow, orange and red) forced many locals to have to deal with an important decision: to close or keep open and try to carry out a whole new take-out and delivery?

Piedmont, and consequently also Turin, has been a red zone for a few weeks, which has not discouraged many restaurateurs who have rolled up their sleeves and changed the menu proposal, adapting it to the new provisions of the decree.

Among them too The Slaughtered Hen, fish restaurant in San Salvario, in the kitchen the chefs Rakib Uddin and Vittoria Caixetache have created a menu dedicated to delivery, adapting the tapas and dishes to a whole new formula, a little easier to manage even for the restaurant kitchen in the form of supplies.

A delicious menu of fish and shellfish, which changes every week, which includes different proposals. Among the Tapas Charcoal of cod in piri piri sauce, Tramezzino di Granciporro and shrimp; appetizers Ceviche of croaker, mango and friggitelli, Raw fish from the Gallina (croaker, amberjack, trout of valdieri, oyster, scampi, red prawns, a part of the proposal), which vary according to arrivals from the Gallina fish market.
Chinese-style ravioli, filled with fish and vegetables with sweet and sour sauce; the second courses include cacciucco and a goulash of octopus and potatoes. The menu ends on a sweet note with Babà al rum with whipped cream.

To complete the offer, a selection of wines from the restaurant's menu, with a discount on the list price.

The kitchen is open, for take-out and delivery, on Friday and Saturday evenings, from 6.30pm to 9pm. Delivery cost 5 euros in Turin.
Orders via whatsapp, directly from the FB page, or over the phone.
Largo Saluzzo 25 / F – Turin – Tel. +39 011 6505723

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