We stumbled onto this lovely cafe in Ravello, and went back on our second visit to the town. Beautiful gelato, great service, and to die for cannoli and fresh pastries.
Even though it wasn't busy they didn't seem to be able to take our order correctly. After placing our order we waited as others were served before coming back to check what we had ordered. Other tables were offered wrong drinks. We were even asked twice by the another person if we were ready to order. I wouldn't like to... More
We fortunately discovered this spot late at night when the 2 restauarants we tried were closed. We were greeted by the kindest family--Rosa and her beautiful little daughter & husband--and immediately felt welcomed. It was like having a meal with old friends, as our daughters played together on the floor while we ate. Despite the late hour, we were able... More
We got to love this little caffe which was quite busy at times. Loved their gelati icecreams, and we also purchased rum babas and other small cakes to eat back at our apartment. They were boxed up so nicely in a little orange container I took a photo, very cute.
We stopped here to have a coffee and cake whilst visiting Ravello. It wasn't particularly busy but the waitress service could have been better. We ordered two coffees, one regular and one decaf. We got the decaf fairly quickly though no milk. She then brought the milk, but still no sign of my husband's regular coffee. When asked where it... More
We stopped here for an early lunch and for 19 Euro shared an Omelette, Mushroom Panini, Fries and a Pot of Tea. All food was of a good quality and I happily recommend to others.
There is nothing particularly special about this cafe, except it is right on the Duamo Square in Ravello. Get a coffee or capuccino, grap a table on the square, and relax with a nice view of the Duomo and surrounding area.
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