Reviews on Cafe food in Manarola, Italy including Old School Riomaggiore Gelateria & Snack Shop, Pan e Vin Bar, Vertical Bar Riomaggiore, Bar La Terza Terra Corniglia, Er Posu Cafe, L'Arcobaleno, Caffe Matteo, Lunch Box, Pasticceria Corbani, Giammi Caffe
3 based on 107 reviews
Charming spot in the center of the activity in town. Great people and delicious food. Sould certainly be available for ratings.
We stopped in for a quick lunch and were very disappointed. We ordered paninis and they were not very good - very small and not much in them. The people next to us ordered pizza and they were not happy. We've been in Italy for 10 days now and know how good paninis and pizza can be. These are Italian basics and Giammi doesn't get it right. Don't waste your time here. Go anywhere else. P.S. The staff is very nice.
We spotted this cafe on our way to the riomaggiore path in manarola. It was fantastic! Deep flavoured espresso for â¬1 and a pear/chocolate pastry for â¬1.50! The best part was the experience. The staff were very welcoming - asked us about our travels, gave us information about the manarola area and how to get to the next path, and went above and beyond to recommend other areas in Cinque terre and restaurants (how to get there by train, ferry, etc.). Overall, it was a delight. Highly recommend.
4 based on 812 reviews
Needed a takeaway coffee and found the lunchbox slightly off the beaten track. Great, kind service from both people inside and outside. Coffee made quickly and liked their request not to use takeaway cups if sitting down. Great tasting coffee, cappuccino was perfect. Loved the positive experience.
4 based on 420 reviews
Wow, we visited Corniglia today and stopped at this place for lunch. My husband had gnocchi, I had pesto lasagna, one daughter had focaccia with mozzarella, tomato and lettuce and my other daughter had penne pasta. All meals were a good portion and absolutely delicious. The lady who served us was so nice and with three cokes and one beer it came to â¬40 euros. I can honestly say this is the best meal we have had in Cinque Terre.
4 based on 247 reviews
Today we walked from Corniglia to Manorola via Valostra. We stopped at Valostra for lunch - lucky for us we managed to grab the last 6 seats at Trattoria LâArcobaleno.We enjoyed local wine from the vineyards of Valostra and one of the best meals in Italy so far. 2 of us thoroughly enjoyed the linguini agli scampi. I was devine. From start to finish a superb experience ending with espresso and grappa. Grazia mille Roberto and co. Thoroughly recommend this place 100%
4 based on 220 reviews
The perfect light lunch at our hike from Monterosso- Florence- the owner - so warm and friendly. Her family surrounds her with older grandchildren helping bus tables etc. Salad was delicious with a light honey dressing. We licked the plate clean:) the outdoor seating was lovely with a nice breeze and ocean view- no credit cards
4 based on 305 reviews
We found this restaurant by following the main thoroughfare to the Corniglia viewpoint, and their outdoor seating is the southern part of the viewpoint terrace. You actually pass by the door on your way to the viewpoint. We got to the viewpoint and saw folks enjoying good looking food, and sat down. The service was great, and the food was as well. The view here is spectacular, if I had any complaints it would be the number of tourists flowing past at midday to enjoy the view making this spot a little less tranquil.
4 based on 455 reviews
My partner and I had a few drinks here before heading to dinner. The staff were lovely and accommodating, arranging a table outside for us when one wasnât available. They welcomed my change in alcohol to one of their existing cocktails, lovely fresh ingredients used in my London Mule. They also whipped up a decent cheese platter for us to share. Would go again.
4 based on 288 reviews
Bar "pan e vin" is a small cafÃ¨ where is possible to drink a very good cappuccino, coffee and make a delicious breakfast with fresh bread, fresh squeezed juice and croissant. All day round is possible to drink a very good 5 terre DOC wine , make a friendl
We rented an airbnb from Christiana, who owns and runs Pan e Vin Bar. What a wonderful host and cafe. If you can, sit outside to people watch and just take in the view of the beautiful spot. The breakfast was so good. The juice was squeezed on the spot. The croissants, baked goods, and bread delicious as well. Just a charming spot perfect for breakfast, lunch, or quick refresher.
5 based on 98 reviews
A fresh new gelateria with traditional roots. Handcrafted gelato, southern-italian pasteries, freshly made juice & more served with a view of the town and sea. We dress to impress in italian style with a twist while great tunes play on our retro speakers.
Darn, I stayed in Riomaggiore three days and only discovered this on my last afternoon. This is some of the best gelato Iâve tried in Italy to date. The shop is small and unassuming and the range is perhaps about 16 flavours - too many for me make my mind up quickly. I dithered over several delicious looking flavours and finally settled on cheesecake and fragola (strawberry). One lick and I was sold! Iâd just come from walking the Cinque Terre trails and was hungry and this so hit the spot. Each of them was so luscious and together they made a delicious dessert.The young woman who served me was patient as I took time over my choice and then served me the most memorable gelato in a delicious crunchy waffle cone. They top it off with a little circle of waffle which you can use like a spoon - I so approve of the âno plasticâ option.And theyâre one of the cheaper options too at 3 euro for a very decent-sized serve. I so wish I could go back for more.
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