I love this wee authentic Italian cafe, great for grabbing a bite to eat and coffee and watching the world go by. Nice coffees, fantastic bakery food and the meals are tasty and proper homemade with fresh incredients.
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Looking for a place to come with my mum, wife, and 1 year old in Edinburgh was proving difficult on a Saturday but this place was great for my Scottish wife to feel comfortable to breast feed. When you want decent British baked goods and...More
This used to be the best Italian restaurant cafe in Edinburgh. The refurbishment has freshened the place up, but too many tables, poor service and average menu. No Italian is spoken, an incoherent menu, average quality food, limited cake selection, bland atmosphere. I have been...More
Popped in for lunch before going to the museum and was not disappointed. The Bolognese was delicious and full of flavor. The service was also great. Their were lovely looking cakes on display but unfortunately we were both to full to try these. Will visit...More
We had a family day out in Edinburgh to the National Museum and this restaurant was recommended to us, as great for families. We had two toddlers with us. The sign outside of the cafe signalling that they are looking for staff should have been...More
Condescending male staff member who spoke down to me, so don't what ever you do point out that their Earl Grey tea does not taste of bergamot. I had a metallic tasting cup of warm fluid served to me. Definitely will not be back.
Almost don't want to tell you how good it is so that it doesn't become too crowded. I love this place. The food is always super fresh and absolutely delicious. Real taste of Italy. Staff is very friendly and the atmosphere is great - cozy,...More
My sister and I had just finished a 3h tour nearby and were starving and came into this place by luck. We ate two pastas that looked and tasted amazing. Didn t have enough space left for dessert but I admit they looked amazing! Good...More
We went here for a quick lunch/snack last Sunday. The service here was abysmal. There was nice enough bloke behind the bar, but 'service' from the waitress was v poor - no eye contact at all and no words. She was, however, capable of speech;...More
We stopped her for a quick lunch when visiting Edinburgh, there was very little to choose from. There wasn't much filling in the sandwiches and a small salad, I expected something more for the price. It's very small inside and the tables are squashed together....More