We loved having breakfast over here. A short walk from our hotel, we were the only tourists in there in the AM, surrounded by local Italian regulars. I knew enough Italian and about how to order to communicate with one of the women behind the counter who seemed to know very little English, but the woman making the coffee knew enough to greet tourists, certainly.
I had a mandorla sfogiatelle, which was just amazing!
Hard to find if you don't know where you're going, so research ahead, don't just hope to stumble upon it.
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