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I had it for take-away. There was such a wonderful choice of pastries, and they are nice, but the service could be a bit more friendly. This little place looks like an oasis of happiness in the middle of busy San Giovanni, so those working...More
Stopped here for a quick meal. Best feature is the ambience and unique location, between the San Giovanni Metro and the Basilica of San Giovanni. We found the Pizza so satisfying -- and big enough for two! Beer is very good too. Prices are reasonable....More
Good place to sit and chat! Exactly next to the San Giovanni Metro Station! So you can grab a bite before or after using the metro! Very convenient, tasty and decently priced.
You can try the Tiramisu or the cheesecake there!
We came in here attracted by their window display. We ended up buying some cookies. We were about to go sit on this patio but there are so many smokers out there. I'm not a smoker & can't stand the smell so we just ended...More
Avoid at all costs, this place looks great from the outside but that is about All... ordered the ragu pasta which was just cut up sausage with spiral pasta and cut up tomato and the gnocghetti which was just mac and cheese sausage with gnochi....More
We walked around the holy steps in and out of the Basilica looking for some food underneath the old wall and found this bistro. We had cookies and a beer only but everyone was so nice and we had a great experience. I love the...More
Date of visit: August 2019
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