Excellent lunchtime stop, very friendly and polite staff, good prices, relaxed atmosphere - given the crowds in Florence.
Breakfast was great, the staff so friendly and coffe too. Had a conversation regarding our suncream as it reminded them of holiday. No way i wouldnt review this place! Go and enjoy this small backstreet cafe
We lived on Via Faenza and once got a breakfast at Sabatino. Oh, it was so good! Maybe even the best breakfast in Italy during 2 weeks! Delicious coffee, tasty toasts, omelet and bacon. (Menu: omelet, bacon, toasts, juice and coffee - 5,50 EUR in September 2012) They have different menus for the breakfast, so you can choose what you... More
I really do not think that I have to write much about Sabatino! Everything are soo tasty. The best place to start your day with something sweet or salty. Super good cappuccino, so nice croissants and very polite staff.Just go to see for your self!!
A great experience and night out with the family, we loved the atmosphere, the food and the price was pretty good as well. defiantly wont disappoint, a nice place to feel lost in and let the world go by. The food was scrumptious with a good wine list.
We spent three days in Florence recently, staying in Via Nazionale. We wandered into Via Faenza on our first evening, noticed the Caffe Sabatino and from then on, it was a compulsory stop for us each day. Opened in 1921, this caffe is small, but extremely popular with locals and tourists alike. The fact that every staff member we came... More
Small family run traditional Italian cafe. Very much family run, but with loyal staff working there as well. The highest customer care I found in a week in Florence. Total committment to giving you what you want. The coffee is wonderful, the sandwiches and pastries simple, freshly made in local style and satisfying. A real haven on the long drag... More
The cafe is small but full of customers. We wait for nearly half an hour for a continental breakfast and a paste. But it's absolutely worth. Good quality. Continental breakfast with egg, chesse, becon, toast, tomato and cappuccino costs you EU5.5 And really sppreciate the stuff. Professional and nice, strive for quality even so many customers waiting for their breakfast.... More
We ate here our first morning in Florence - just stumbled upon it as we walked toward the center of town. The breakfast plate with eggs, bacon, cheese and tomatoes was very good ~ also tasty were the pastries and coffees. Their prices are quite reasonable, and the staff, though extremely busy, are friendly and accomodating. I wish we had... More
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