This cafe is very nice. A bit on the posh side but very good. We had some small pieces of different cakes and they were very good if a bit small. But not too expensive. Also the staff is friendly and helpful.
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We purchased the Padova card and has access to all the historic rooms. We followed Rick Steves' walking tour through the cafe. We enjoyed the Cafe's Piano Nobile and the small Museum of the Risorgimento which traces Padua's role in Italian history. We didn't buy...More
Unfortunately the Caffe Pedrocchi was a major disappointment the day we went!overcrowded with tourists (no padovani to be seen) very bad service, the waiter was ride, coffee was nothing special, cake was stale. Expensive. A great pitu because it wad a wonderful place !
the famous Pedrocchi Caffè will surprise you sense of taste. If you ask for a caffeè pedrocchi they will ask you not to add sugar on your own and not to use the little spoon. It's amazing !!!!
nothing has changed, every time we come back, it is good, crowded, friendly, tasty, an absolute MUST
Fresh fruit juices were wonderful. Service is excellent but you get what you paid for as a fancy cafe is not economical!!
We got the full Pedrocchi experience by having lunch here inside, but if having coffee only use the outside portico rather than the cafeteria like interior. The you will be in the Roman-like structure that speaks of the cafe's age (not Roman...1831). Ghe hamburger was...More
Relax in this magnificent place and experience the old fashioned charm. Do not miss it. Take your coffee in the more elegant part were the serve your drinks.
The cafè is an historical building with its magnificent interior, cofee was good, but the food was not excellent.