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Sant’Eustachio Il Caffe, Rome

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  • Extremely rude. Our Roman tour guide told us this in advance. She was right. Nothing special about the coffee and very rude employees. I would have spent much more on take away beans and chocolates, b...  more »
  • The cafe itself doesn't really look nice or beautiful, in fact it's one of those places where you go to enjoy not the interior or waiters but a quality product. Highly recommend to coffee lovers  more »
  • Great stop near the Piazza Navonna. Their cappuccino is really good! I definitely recommend this place as a stop for a break while visiting the sites near by  more »
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  • 1. Coffee was good. Prefer black coffee but sugar was added on to my drink, so please remember to tell the server before hand 2. Pastries were yummy as well for the custard cream and Nutella mini croissants 3. Will need to pay 5 Euros for seating and service. Good place to just chill and people watch on an afternoon 4. The waiters are quite short-tempered if you don't speak Italian
  • Coffee is subpar at best. Cashier was also very rude... I wanted to order a cold cappuccino as it was hot outside but she rang me up for a hot one. I tried to explain that that was not what I wanted but she didn't want to be accommodating and correct the order. In fact she yelled at me about it. There are much better places to get good tasting coffee... AND you can actually sit without paying extra. Would not recommend.
  • This place is known for their Cappuccino. You will most likely find it full of tourists and local enthusiasts. I find older Italian men sitting outside on the tables to enjoy their coffee. It is good to know that when you sit on their tables there are extra charges because a server will come and take your order. If you want to just stand and drink your coffee, your order and pay first before taking the receipt to the baristas that will make your drink. You can stand at their coffee bar to enjoy their amazing Cappuccino. I was never a Cappuccino fan in the US, but their famous Cappuccino was amazing. Perfect in every way. I regret not having tried their other drinks that sounded amazing.
  • One of the best cafes in Rome? Give me a break. Super busy. And of you try to sit down, super expensive too. Cappuccino grande for €6 and espresso for €3.90 are huge ripoff. And besides that we got a croissant with cloth hair on it. The apology came after they replaced it, not when we mentioned it. Cappuccino had tons of foam on it and no latte art. The espresso was nice and had a nice thick crema, so an extra star for that. The washroom is a disgrace. What a disappointment!
  • So crowded. More like a souvenir shop. We heard this was some of the best coffee in Rome. We couldn't stay for a coffee so we brought a bag of beans home. It was undrinkable. If you decide to go be sure to drink it there so you can get it the way they make it—it'll either taste good or at least you'll be there to complain. Unfortunately I think this place qualifies as a tourist trap.