Lovely coffee shop with a great atmosphere. Try the hot chocolate which is more like a dessert than a drink!
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A lovely stop for a coffee! The Italians know how to make the best and this cosy little place showed us this once again. The prices are moderate and it offered us a much needed rest.
Nicely positioned clean and contemporary. We only had a coffee which was in our opinion the best in town. It became our regular morning stop. Excellent traditional service and accompanying biscuits were a treat. Didn't try the food so no comments on that.
Came in out of the rain and had pleasant attention, ordered drinks which were fine. Pleasant place to sit and watch the world go by.
We ate all over town but the service and food here was great. There was only one waiter who was fantastic, would put some of the other restaurants to shame. Food was routine fair, but we had lovely pasta, pizza and seafood.
The mussel appetiser was so delicious we went back a second time! Other choices were delicious as well.
The food's good & reasonably priced. Nice ambience, and not so crowded as some of the restaurants closer to the main square.
Our second visit and excellent value. Tonight we had a set menu, but stacks of courses with wine and water included. A fantastic introduction to Italian food. Total cost for two was only 40 euros. What great value for the quality of the food. AND...More