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We sat outside on brightly coloured cafe tables and enjoyed a very good gin and tonic. The drinks came with a platter of chips, peanuts and pizza topped bread and a smile. A nice place to sit in the shade and watch the world go...More
T Cafe has a multi space rooms and areas in a historic building. I liked their selection of meals and drinks. It's the first place where I tried Culatello di Zibello while in Parma and afterwards we couldn't stop while in other restaurants. My Violet...More
We came to enjoy the shadow during a hot summer day in Parma.
The café is large and has several rooms as well as outside seating directly at the Battistero of Parma.
Service was friendly and just okay. Food and drinks tasted fantastic.
The worst Cafe in Parma. I made a reservation outside for 10 people and they "forgot". After 20 minutes, finally someone came to talk to us and without any apologies, they offered for us to sit inside when I specifically asked for outside. We waited...More
T cafe has a nice charm and character, tucked away from the busy roads. Trendy art deco and comfortable seats with ample space between tables. Just what I needed after half a day of sight seeing on foot on a wet and cold spring day....More
An ultra modern bar / cafe situated on the square where the cathedral / baptistery are located.
This establishment got good reviews in the New York Times but very much under whelming.
Seems to be very much an art gallery as well.
2 wines a...More
We enjoyed two lunches here, with excellent panini, coffees, and a full plate of prosciutto di Parma. The terrace offers a pleasant stopping place with great views of the Baptistery. It's clearly a favorite local spot, since the second day we were able to observe...More
A wonderful discovery for fussy Australian coffee snobs. We asked for our coffee to be made hot; the staff we very obliging and the coffee was still excellent. We didn't eat, but returned for a second cup later in the day. A really great place...More
Found this place right by the cathedral. Had brunch. I had ham, parmesan and pistachio toasted sandwich and my wife had the turkey, apple and walnut salad with fresh bread. Coffee was so nice had to have another one. Really laid back atmosphere with good...More