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Pasticceria Biasetto, Padua

(2.9/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
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  • We went full of expectation to purchase 2 doves to give to friends to the famous pasticceria Biasetto. We are not of Padua, believed to be on the safe side. in the best bakery. Very "chic", staff not too cute, sleek, high price, but acceptable if the Dove was of excellent quality. Instead, what a great disappointment, one of the doves we open with friends that evening: outer surface moist, frosting broken and insufficient to cover the whole Dove, a few marshmallows. Looked like a dove of supermarket old several weeks and certainly not a fresh pastry ... We were really very bad, this is so the Bajo Dudley when it's on TV and then trim its customers of doves? I don't think we will never go back, we don't like to get us around!
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  • I mean ... it's really hard to find words to describe a room of this class. all, I repeat ALL is studied in detail. the service is impeccable. I come here often, and the comments I receive are always the same: unique. I am very picky about where Charlie to sweets, and as a test I take 1 Baba, 1 sacher, 1 macaron (all mignon). then the inevitable SETTEVELI, dessert that won the World Championship. a little pricey, but worth it.
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  • Sunday breakfast. Upon entering the renovated, it now has the impression of being in a jewelry store rather than a pastry, given the window display of desserts. The typical customer is the bourgeois padovano or someone who feels that although it really isn't. The staff is friendly, but I wonder why you always have the idea that he could smell under her nose. I took an illy coffee (€ 1.20), and to be honest I found the taste that coffee should have: maybe it was something wrong in the preparation. The croissants are good, prepared with flour quality, though inconsistent: appear voluminous, but once bitten seems to bite air. I had to take two to be satisfied by the amount. In the past I have tried the cakes, good, dear per kg, but nothing exceptional. Disorganized staff. Basically I consider a pastry average, overrated by the media exposure of the master pastry chef (World Champion 10 years ago) and from that aurea created around thanks to the image. More appearance than substance. In the city you will find better alternatives.
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  • I suggest to stop for breakfast. It's awesome.
  • The big pastries are delicious but other things I've tried are only average.. living off the reputation of the rest
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  • Since you pay a lot, we must also demand much. nothing to say about the place and the service. good coffee. as for the sweet, good setteveli. the Black Forest cherries do not feel good, but virtually nothing. Let's go to the charges. in places like nobody is under the illusion of saving, of course. in fact, paying € 6.50 a piece of sweet is not cheap for how good it is. but precisely considered these prices also add 0.60 € of service I see more like petty larceny, which you could safely delete: should not be failed neither they nor us.
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