A lovely caffe to drink a cappuccino or an espresso and have break while walking in beautiful Siena.
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Once again, we weren't expecting much, and weren't disappointed. The Caffe is on the main thoroughfare through Siena' Old Town and, as such, frequented only by tourists who don't know any better. Our excuse was that we were hungry after a long day trudging around...More
My husband and I popped into Nuovo Caffe Greco for a quick bite to eat at lunch time. The service was fine, but the plastic cutlery and beyond wilted bits of lettuce will prevent us from darkening their doors again. We were further disappointed to...More
This is the place to go for a pit stop salad or panini. It is good value and used by lots of Italians. We also had a breakfast and stopped for coffees. Ideal for lunch just off the Piazza without being charged the earth
Another Italian cafe that could be so much better if the sandwiches were fresh. The Focaccia bread tasted like it was yesterday's. The prices are reasonable for Siena. I'd recommend looking over the offerings and determining if they are fresh.
I stopped for a coffee. I forget the name of the famous coffee shop around the corner, but it was packed and a bit pricey. I went looking for a better place. Plenty crowded this morning also, and it took a while to get barista's...More
This was a really good chocolate mint chip gelato - had not come across another place in Italy that had such large chocolate chunks in it. Really enjoyed. We did not have a meal, nor sit down. Just got the gelato in a cone and...More
We dropped in for a quick lunch break. I had mushroom risotto and my wife had anti pasti plus two cokes. Hers was lovely she had cheeses and mixed meats. Hers looked GORGEOUS and we swapped. Now she could taste some of my risotto. When...More
Just an ice cream (fantastic) and a bowl of mixed fruits here but a pleasant stop and nice service but toilet was horrible. You could have swan in the wee on the floor. Almost certainly not the fault of the few staff who were rushed...More