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WE ARE POORMANGER!

STORY OF A

GOOD IDEA

It is 2011. Many leave, some stay, some return with new ideas. Like Valerio, who is passionate about baked potatoes in Edinburgh. A simple, traditional idea to be reinvented through the creativity of Italian cuisine. An untried format that can become a successful idea. And success, as well as good food, should be shared with lifelong friends.

So Valerio, Daniele and Marco, neighbors at the back of the class in the late 1990s, now find themselves in the front row behind the counter. In a short time they are the talk of the town, and the project continues to grow. A new restaurant opens, larger and with an expanded team, and soon two more are added, all in downtown Turin.

In 2021, the big step: Poormanger joins the CIRFOOD Retail family. The journey continues, to bring the original gourmet stuffed potatoes throughout Italy. The first stop comes with 10th birthday celebrations: Poormanger lands in Milan with two venues and lots of enthusiasm. Waiting to conquer the palates of other cities.

GOOD, ORIGINAL, POP

At Poormanger we like things that are simple but original. Like our stuffed potatoes.
Our idea of cooking starts from the traditions and products of the earth, combining a focus on sustainability with a commitment to keeping costs down.

We like teamwork. We are a close-knit group of young people and work passionately to provide everyone with a place at the table and attentive service. We always welcome you with a smile, because we are convivial, at the table as in life.

BY GAME

We like to play. With ingredients, to find the tastiest combinations. With words, starting with our name: the English “Poor” recalls a poor and simple food, the potato, while the pronunciation of Poormanger means “to eat” in both French and Piedmontese dialect.

SIMPLY

BY GAME

We like to play.
With ingredients, to find the tastiest combinations and make stuffed potatoes for every taste.

With words, starting with our name. The English “Poor” harkens back to a poor and simple food, the potato. While the pronunciation of Poormanger means “to eat” in both French and Piedmontese dialect.

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