We stopped here for cafe and dolci whilst touring the surrounding area. To know that this cafe was founded by Brunello himself made it worth the visit. Yes, you know it will be relatively expensive, but it wasn't that much and the cakes were delicious. The service was very good too, as one might expect. The interior of the caffe is a throwback to what would appear to be art deco, and is very ornate.
A must to visit if you are in the area.
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