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Reviewed July 3, 2020 via mobile

One of my favorite place for a sweet breakfast or a light lunch. Owners are welcoming and they cook with their heart. Cosy environment inspiring books!

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed February 7, 2020

A small but bright, cheery cafe adjacent to the cathedral in Piazza Duomo. Fresh home-made food on display, lovely team serving and super speedy. The coffee is worthy of singling out because it was delicious and smooth. Terrific value

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed October 7, 2019

Stopped in with my wife on a Monday 2pm- quaint cafe- great food and service. Had Hummus and flat bread to start- all very fresh- Salads were delicuous- as was home made pasts ( Ragu Wildboar) was very tas

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 21, 2019

My wife and I are coffee fanatics so that means that in eight days in Verona we have been to a lot of cafes - and this is the best so far. We've visited twice and will no doubt do so again before we leave....It is tiny, in a lovely spot just opposite the Duomo, and with helpful staff. The coffee is good but the reason I suggest it's the best in Verona is that it was also hot. Why is it so many Italian cafes serve their coffees lukewarm at best? You should also check out their counter pastries. Good chocolate muffins and brilliant zaletti, a traditional Venetian cookie. Give them a try.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed August 8, 2019

Nice little place, few indoor and outdoor tables, right next to the Duomo. Friendly staff. We stopped for a snack and had wonderful frozen yogurt with fruit sundaes, very tasty. Definitely worth a stop.

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed July 20, 2019 via mobile

We had coffee and muesli yoghurt here for breakfast. Disappointingly the muesli was very bland and more like boxed cereal on top of plain yoghurt and didn’t seem special / homemade for €5. The decaf coffee had no flavour. Worst was the loud traffic going...by as we sat outside so we didn’t enjoy this at all and found it stressful. Right across the street is a much better place for breakfast with a quiet garden in the back, tasty yoghurt, croissants and coffee.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed June 23, 2019

I am well aware of language barriers. I speak English so I am always very patient when traveling as I am the outsider who does not speak a language that the majority does. However there is no excuse for this. I order an iced latte...with almond milk. Very simple as they advertise everywhere that they cater to allergies. I was brought a big cup of milk. I said oh no with cafe, a latte. He said oh okay and came back with a shot of espresso. I now had a big glass of iced almond milk and a little bit of espresso. When I went inside to tell them this was not what I ordered as is tasted like I was just drinking a huge glass of almond milk, and tried to nicely explain what I had ordered to them. All I ordered was an iced latte, which they advertise ON THEIR MENU... it’s not like I went all special order on them...They did not try and help me and shooed me away, literally shooed with with hand gestures and said “Ciao”. What kind of customer service is that... I will never go back and would advise others not to as well... only positive of this experience is that I didn’t have to pay this awful place anything. I am now having a lovely latte next door at El Bistrot Caffe, lovely cafe with exceptional service. And very good coffee!More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed June 21, 2019

My wife and I dropped into the cafe after visiting the Cathedral and it was a great decision to do so. We had a very nice inexpensive light lunch and coffee, served by extremely friendly staff. Well worth dropping in.

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed June 5, 2019 via mobile

Just in front of the Duomo. Passed after visit to Duomo. Plenty of Vegetarian dishes. Great selection of food and pastries. Sat outside and watched the world go by. My friend had an iced tea. I had a bottle of lager. I was given a...wine glass to drink lager? Enjoyed our meal. Would recommend.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed May 20, 2019

This is the sweetest little cafe run by 2 lovely ladies - you have to be lucky to get a seat but it's worth waiting a little bit! Great coffee & juices - they even had warm gluten free croissants which was a huge bonus!...Definitely recommend stopping by here for a little treat!More

Date of visit: May 2019
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