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Lovely traditional cafe/bistro near Sforza Castle and Cardrona Station. Delicious crepe with Gorgonzola filling and a glass of wine to go with it. Good service. Many local diners which is generally a good sign.
We were standing right outside this place and tripadvisor was recommending somewhere 15 minutes’ walk away- I have no idea why it’s not higher up the rankings. The place is small, nicely decorated. There is no kids’ menu, prices are a little higher than most,...More
... although I'm not complaining.
It had been a long morning and we were in need of food as we headed to another part of the city.
First impression is of a cosy café, but it is just a small restaurant (maybe there is a...More
We were looking for an early dinner and happy to find out, that they already opened the kitchen at 6pm. The service was very friendly and food was good, especially the desserts where delicious. Thank you “añonuevo” for your friendly attention.
in short, after waiting for 40 minutes to get our starters, we left. not a single apologise from the owner as we explained why we are leaving. shocking... bad manners...More
Date of visit: November 2018
VdSMilano, Proprietario at Bistro, responded to this reviewResponded December 3, 2018
Gentle Mirjana G,
it would be nice to answer to you..., but honestly it is very difficult due the content of your review: there is absolutely nothing in it that allows us to understand when you came ("IF" YOU REALLY CAME..), what is "happened" and...More
We found this lovely restaurant when searching for a place that served gluten free food since my daughter has Celiac Disease. We started with the empanadas which were served over a bed of lettuce with avocado sauce and peppers. They were amazing! We also had...More
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