I started going here because someone had recommended the sfogliatelle (a triangle-shaped pastry from Naples with a flaky exterior and ricotta filling mixed with candied orange rind). I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the pastry and go there from time to time specifically for that. Other items in the dessert case look appealing, but I haven't tried anything else yet. The only negative thing is that everything costs a lot more if you sit down and eat it there (probably at least double the price). If you take your pastry to go, it's not that bad, but staying there ends up being more expensive than most bars/cafés in Bologna. Personally, I don't think it's worth it. The setting and atmosphere are ok but not worth the price difference in my opinion.
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