good place for a coffee and to watch passagiata one of the oldest bars in palermo and frequented by locals
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A new first - an Italian cafe that had run out of margarita pizza, strawberries, cream and most unbelievable rose wine by 1.30pm. Unfortunately, the story unfolded via several chapters and thanks to the waitress for spreading it out over several visits. What food that...More
Good food, excellent arincine, leisurely service. We returned for dinner; our waiter recognized us and recommended a nearby place as Antico Caffe does not serve dinner.
This is an elegant 19th Century cafe which spills out into an elegant street. The service is attentive; the drinks and canapes are stylishly presented. All of Palermo passes through. We were there every evening after dinner; our hotel was close-by. Lots of people have...More
I missed Palermo. And I missed having a seat at this old Café, and having time to watch peopke just walking by. I had breakfast with the most classic granita al caffè, sour cream and brioche. Perfect and poetic. I didn't have my 18 years...More
My husband and I just went to this cafe to have coffee and breakfast pastries. The woman serving at the counter was very sulky rude and off hand in her manner. Once we had ordered we were told to sit outside and pay after. Then...More
Good to eat lunch or dinner at outdoor setting, reasonable prices and good coffee. You can also buy those amazing marzipan fruits as gifts
A cool place to enjoy some wine/prosecco/drinks with some small snacks or their local sweets or gelato. Prices are okay, atmosphere is casual, the service satisfactory.
Right along a busy street, this small establishment offers delicious gelatos and very good espresso. Limited seating at high top tables and backless chairs.