Café reviews

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Café, Tallinn, Estonia (reviewed 2006)

Anneli Viik – Handmade chocolate

Anneli Viik café is a small chocolate factory and coffeehouse in the Tallinn old town. The café is quite small and chances are that you don't get a seat during high season. Check it out though, as the service is very polite, offerings are good and the general atmosphere friendly and cosy.

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Café, Turku, Finland (reviewed 2008)

Aschan Café & Konditoria – Excellent café

Aschan has several coffeehouses and bakeries around Turku region. One of these excellent cafés is located on Hansa center, in the middle of the city. The café is quite small, but the space doubles with an indoor patio, and doubles again with another Aschan café on the second floor.

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Café, Milan, Italy (reviewed 2007)

Bar Erri – Fast and Fresh

Bar Erri is a traditional Italian bar/café that is a good alternative for the McDonald's just opposite for having a quick feast and a cup of coffee.

There is a food counter at the end of the bar, stocked full of different kinds of filled breads. Everything is relatively inexpensive and tastes re... More >

Café, Milan, Italy (reviewed 2007)

Bar Senato – Very Italian café

If your legs get tired of walking from high-end fashion store to another, check out Bar Senato on Corso Venezia -- a couple of blocks from the "center" of the Milan fashion district. The café is traditionally Italian, so expect to see small tables, good coffee, male-only staff with excellent attitu... More >

Café, Tallinn, Estonia (reviewed 2006)

Bonaparte – Fusion coffeehouse

Bonaparte Café & Deli is a cluster of gourmet destinations including restaurant, coffeehouse, wine bar and a deli. We visited the latter while on our way to the harbour and back to Finland, as it is conveniently located at the northern end of the Tallinn old town -- only a few minutes walk to the s... More >

Café, Shanghai, China (reviewed 2005)

Bonomi Cafe – Well-Hidden Cafe

The most well hidden cafe that I have encountered so far is located near the Bund in Shanghai. Café Bonomi is on the second floor in a building hosting a bank and Virgin Airlines office. There is a small advert on the door, and you can easily walk past it, if you are not paying attention. Hint: the... More >

Café, Helsinki, Finland (reviewed 2007)

Bulevardin Kahvisalonki – Calm oasis

Bulevardin Kahvisalonki is a traditional café at the end of Bulevardi. Until quite recently it was a miniscule coffeeshop, but now they've got more room and a main entrance on Mannerheimintie.

The main lounge is spacious, there are both traditional coffeehouse tables next to windows, and some le... More >

Café, Naantali, Finland (reviewed 2005)

Café Amandis – Idyllic café by the sea

Café Amandis is an idyllic wooden coffeehouse near the Naantali marina and church, a few hundred meters from the old town.

The café has a couple of rooms with tables and a large patio facing the marina. The pastry selection is typical Finnish, with buns and some cakes. All normal special coffee... More >

Café, Helsinki, Finland (reviewed 2007)

Café Ekberg – Continental charm

Café Ekberg on Bulevardi is one of the traditional cafés in Helsinki -- they have been established during the Russian era, and for most parts have stayed the same during all these years.

The café is famous for the buffer breakfasts, and city dwellers with enough money and time usually start th... More >

Café, Helsinki, Finland (reviewed 2005)

Café Esplanadi – Giant Buns on Esplanadi

Café Esplanadi is well known for its huge sweet buns, giant sandwiches, big big salads and competitive prices. The flip side is that there is always a queue and the cafe is really noisy at some times.

The portions are not just huge, but they taste good, too. Try Finnish "korvapuusti", a cinnamon... More >

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