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1 rue Sommeiller, 73000 Chambery, France, Chambéry
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Lundi 09:00 - 11:00

Mardi 09:00 - 11:00

Mercredi 09:00 - 11:00

Jeudi 09:00 - 11:00

Vendredi 09:00 - 11:00

Samedi 09:00 - 11:00

Dimanche 09:00 - 11:00




2 /5 Note moyenne

We had a reservation for a Sunday night.Our table was nice, though the AC was quite strong.We decided to take the menu (they have food a la carte and three different menues) and decided for a bottle of white wine, which they didn't have. We ordered another bottle of white wine, which they also didn't have. So far, so bad. The third bottle, they finally managed to serve us...The first course was very nice, the portions were just right. After the pretty disappointing start, we were pleased again and ready for our main course.... which took an hour to reach apology, no discount whatsoever. We had to ask for an english speaking waiter to tell him what went wrong. After telling him, why we're upset he said:"I apologize, what do you want" I said that he has to offer me something and that I'm not in the position to make guesses on what we deserve or not. That discussion went on for another minute until he suggested that we didn't have to pay for our bottle of white wine (32€) which we thought would have been too much so we got our aperitif for free, which was ok. We didn't appreciate the way the waiters were talking to us, like we were some kind of bugs but not paying customers. However the food was really good. We didn't wait long for the dessert which was also quite alright but again had to wait 10 minutes for the bill. To sum up, the food was good, service was overstrained and not recommendable.

5 /5 Note moyenne

We had a wonderful meal here. Nice selection, not pretentious and quality dishes. The waiters were also very attentive.

5 /5 Note moyenne

We arrived around 22 hrs. at Chambery and after cheking in in our hotel near the train station we went out for food. Saddly everyplace we went downtown was closed, until we found Grand Torino. It was open at full service. They have a wide variety in their menu but we of course tried their pizza and pasta. It was great. Service is excellent. They make feel at home. Want to to come back.

4 /5 Note moyenne

We had a lovely evening meal here with our 3 children en route to Italy. I had a delicious risotto with grilled prawns. Location a little unprepossessing on the corner of a main road but once eating in the courtyard this is forgotten. Large smart interior. Would definitely eat here again.

4 /5 Note moyenne

This place was close to the hotel we stayed at. We spotted it whilst returning to the hotel from the centre of Chambery and decided we'd give it a try that evening. There is a good choice on the menu and the prices aren't too expensive. Our meals were well presented and tasty. The staff were friendly and efficient. If we find ourselves in Chambery again, we would definitely try Gran Torino again.

4 /5 Note moyenne

Well presented restaurant that seems very popular. Wide menu choice covering some classic Italian / New York style meals. Good service was provided.

4 /5 Note moyenne

Having been travelling all day we arrived late in the evening and where able to get a good table on the pavement terrace. Having recognised our state of hunger the service was swift and very helpful, good choices on the menu and a wide range of drinks. We had a varied range of food ordered from pizza, burgers and steaks all where well served and hearty portions.

3 /5 Note moyenne

Probably an unfair night to review anything in France as, being a Sunday evening, and the Big Match I was lucky to find anywhere serving food! Needless to say, all the seats facing the television were taken but being "neutral" I was happy to face away. As can be imagined, there was plenty of atmosphere, inside and outside, and, given minds otherwise occupied, I had a pleasant meal. Nothing spectacular, neither cheap nor expensive and served by friendly staff who, although busy, keeping other patrons lubricated and with a third eye on the television, kept my meal going. Three courses plus two thirds of a bottle of wine and I was walking back to the hotel by half-time! Looking through the bunting and hats, there was a slightly faded atmosphere to the Gran Torino but that may have been the result of extra tables and chairs for this one night. I would go back but, given a normal evening, I would be more likely to see what else Chambery has to offer.