It is a little pricey, but has a diverse menu that can meet the tastes of many. They have higher quality coffee and teas which is better than most restaurants.
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A bagel egg sandwich should not be close to $10 unless you happen to be on the Powell street cable car line.
Well the food was just amazing and their cafe Americano to die for, YET it was pricey. My husband and I payed 70 bucks for two meals and two coffees. But if you want a really good breakfast and don't mind spending the price. Go...More
Popped in here to grab a couple of cakes to take back to the hotel. They don’t display prices but how much can it be for a cannoli and slice of cake? Well we were charged $17. In London which is considered an expensive city...More
It is a very popular place so if u are late for breakfast u need to queue unless you take out !! You also need to wait your turn . Long lines formed when we were eating inside around 8.30am on a Saturday . The...More
Our concierge at the Westin St. Francis recommended Cafe Bellini for coffee and pastries. He was on the money! The staff was very nice and it was so convenient. I ordered almond croissants and they were exceptional.
Expensive is my first comment , there is better at less cost That said the coffee was ok Pastries look really good agin they were ok Breakfast was good but expensive There is a Walgreens food maker just down the street that's less that half...More
We went there for breakfast and ordered their signature bagel with potatoes. Service was very friendly and prompt. Please remember to advise waiters upfront if you want to have separate bills at the end. After consuming not possible to split the check anymore. for 1...More
This Neapolitania Raviolli was the best pasta we have ever had - I am sure it is homemade. The soup was great too..worth a visit - especially for a late meal and drink