What a find,this lovely cafe/ eatery with Italian cuisine.Excellent coffee,,great selection of pastries, fabulous cannolli.Pizza made in house.Great selection of sandwich etc.Did not see disabled access.
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A café as they should be with friendly staff and good food. Really enjoyed the atmosphere and the decoration. Will go every time I'm in the area on business.
One of our favourite places for coffee and a bit of an italian feel. The staff are friendly and genuine folks, they get me going with my very basic italian whenever I am in! I just wish it had more space so I can pop...More
Mocha was perfect, so was the lemon tart, so I had them again after demolishing the Special goat's cheese ciabatta. Owner and staff switching between speaking Italian and English is part of the charm here, despite a review suggesting otherwise. Mocha here is far superior...More
Nowadays it is hard to find a café that serves decent coffee!! This little café is a hidden gem that serves up real authentic coffee, and most importantly made with passion! It is a small café you could easily walk past without realising. They serve...More
Smile has long been my favourite coffee haunt in the QMD area. I was recently told the cafe had been renamed "Sara's" and I went along to see if anything else has changed? Thankfully the place is still a slice of Italian sunshine. Be aware...More
Sunday outing for a Coffee and light bite. We found a couple of seats near the Register, and sat down. The owner? Stood chatting to a pal, possibly a staff member, in Italian, without so much as a nod that we existed. Talked for a...More
Deserved of all accolades. So fresh, so tasty, so addictive. I love all of the warm spicy ciabatta combinations. The shop is tiny so be prepared to wait outside or squeeze inside' despite this the staff are always friendly and never flustered. Beware, there are...More
Just 4 or 5 tables but great coffee and cakes. Italian food, excellent coffee and the waitress are "real" Italians. Great atmosphere there.
One queen Margaret Drive Glasgow and again with a deep Italian connection. We had soup, two ciabattas, coffee, tea and some cake. Just lovely being so fresh and flavoursome. It is difficult to leave without taking some carry out cakes. Well worth a visit.