The location of this caffe is quite lovely, but we experienced expensive food that wasn't worth half of the price we paid for it paired with unfriendly waiters. While the tortellini, the lasagne and the panini tasted okay, the bruschetta (5,00€) turned out to be just some barely toasted slices of normal bread with thick slices of tomatoes on top - nothing more: no spices, no oil, not even salt. You had to ask for these ingredients so you could season the bruschetta yourself. Although there were three waiters serving only a couple of tables outside, we had to ask two times for a clean knife and the bill. Nevertheless, the cafe seems quite popular. Maybe the coffee is good, but we didn't stay to have any.
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