Ok to have a coffee as it's in a nice spot - but I wouldn't bother with the granita as it is very watery. An Italian saying is to judge a restaurant on how they keep their bathroom. Do not use the bathroom, it was...More
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This spot has been open since 1963 and is beloved by tourists for its comfortable outdoor seating and excellent cannoli. The wait staff know English and the prices are not cheap but not unreasonable given the location. We enjoyed the stop there.
We came here for our dessert after eating in a nearby restaurant, and weren't disappointed. It's simple and small, but the cake is fresh and light and delicious and the coffee was smooth and tasty. Wouldn't want to sit here if Corso Umberto was really...More
Sitted in the centre of Corso Umberto this little coffee shop offer hand made pastries, sweets, granite (tipical sicilian drink-sorbetto), cannoli. The service was prompt and impeccable and Antonio and Alessandro were fabulous host. We had the "letter S " which is bread shaped of...More
Stopped here a couple of times whilst in Taormina and enjoyed a very friendly welcome. Had a delicious coffee and cannoli the first visit and on our second visit we had aperol spritzers which were very lovely. Great spot to watch the world go by.
Stopped on a whim for breakfast. Great spot for people watching and a leisurely breakfast. We enjoyed juice, coffee and a range of Sicilian pastries. All was good but the pastries weren't the absolute best in Taormina but good for a cafe, and the service...More
asked locals to point us in the direction of the best cannolli - were not disappointed - sat in the street and people watched; great coffee, amazing cannolli, attentive staff - enjoyed every minute
This outdoor spot was right at the top of the street leading from our hotel. We had a relaxing mid-morning snack of pastries and espresso while watching the fooot traffic along Curso Umberto.