Difficult to choose or resist to all the pasticceria and breads. Great coffee. Nice staff. Great music selection.
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Wow, everything looked so delicious and tasted gorgeous. Really enjoyed the Jasmin tea and risino. So light and tasty! Can’t wait to go back there.
or, rather, the 1/2 kilo. We happened upon Alvera by chance amid much confusion about the location of our rental. Their strudel saved us from mutual homicide. Their strudel could probably save the world. Their croissants and crostatinas also possess divinity.
This year I went to Pasticceria Alvera for the equivalent of "afternoon tea", with an Italian friend who knew the Staff. Despite being asked what I would like, to go with our iced tea, I was lost. Talk about being spoiled for choice! My friend...More
After struggling to find a good breakfast during the last 2 weeks in Italy we were so happy to have found this bakery. Being Australian, breakfast and coffee is important to us! We thoroughly enjoyed the food here. We had toasted cheese and tomato croissants,...More
Like almost every shop in Cortina is overpriced compared to the quality. I went inside only once and the staff looked almost annoyed I have entered. Bread and pizza are ok, but pastries are small and expensive. History does not make a shop good by...More
This is simply "The" bakery of Cortina! It has been there for a very long time, making the traditional and, personally, the best local breads together with a great selection of patisserie products. A must try.
There was a birthday of my client. So, I went to Pasticceria Alverà to buy a cake. They had no cake. So, I ordered a St. Honorè. After few hours they handed me a terrible cake.
Absolutely amazing selection of chocolates, pastries and baked goods, they also serve delicious Italian coffee.