This is a very nice place to have your breakfast sitting outside and watching the world go by. The capuchin is very good and so is the croissant. The service is friendly and pleasant and the ambience is just right. Yona S.
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This was one of the stops on our "Coffee and Venetian Sweets" tour and we had the tiramisu. It was very good. Will definitely go back to try some of their other sweets but our first experience was very good.
Tried their popular krapfen tiramisu, enjoyed it immensely with coffee! I think this was one of the recommended food places by Free Venice Walking Tour that we took. They also serve spritz which the locals order most of the time.
In Venice for the Carnival and we ended up going here both mornings for breakfast AND back once more on the way out of town to stock op on Frittella con Crema (the special carnival pastry)! Reasonably priced food and the entire staff was SO...More
This place was recommended by a local and didn't feel as touristy as many places in Venice, and the location is away from crowds of tourists. We only had time to go once, so we can't give a definitive review, but we would be happy...More
We finally felt like we had found the heart of Venice when our VRBO owner told us about this place for cappuccino in the morning - quiet mornings, we were the only tourists and they were so patient with my attempts at Italian..great coffee and...More
Was brought here for a break by my tour guide and had the unexpected surprise of finding a mouldy strudel, which my unfortunate husband had already ate half of, before we discovered it. It wasn't particular hot that day (in the low 20s degrees Celsius)...More
Located in a quite square (Campo San Marina) just five minutes walk from the hustle and bustle of the Plazza San Marco and Rialto Bridge! The Pasticceria Italo Didovich provides the perfect spot to chill and watch the world go by. The food is great...More
My family and I stopped here almost every morning for pastries and cappuccinos. It was on our main route from where we were staying in Cannaregio to the main sights, and it came recommended by the owner of our apartment. The staff always had a...More
We ate here for breakfast, which included delicious almond pastries and some sort of apple and pine nut pastry, as well as the typical nuttella/jam-filled croissants. All were fresh and delicious, but the former ones stood out as being unique. We also ordered coffees and...More