I love scouting out the best places for coffee. In Italy it’s not hard to find a good coffee. But Caffe Terzi offers a very cute venue as well as excellent, beautifully presented coffee (or tea, if you prefer). And you know you’re in the right place when all the locals are lined up at the bar sipping Espressos.
But Caffe Terzi isn’t just a place to shot an Espresso and go. Its colourful red and yellow striped wall paper and small but cosy sitting area makes it a pretty place to stop and rest your weary feet after a morning of sightseeing. Even the biscuits you are served with your coffee are phenomenal. Terzi reminded me a bit of a cross between a Viennese Cafe and an Italian one. The staff are all exceptionally friendly and helpful, and I’d happily have stayed here all morning sampling their various coffees and teas.
It’s tiny, so blink and you might miss it. But make sure you make the effort to come here for at least one coffee, because it truly is the best coffee in town.
Via Guglielmo Oberdan, 10/d