Ice cream was expensive and not particularly good. No coffee available . Staff not very helpful. Moved on to somewhere else for drinks.
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Gelataria itself looks attractive as does the large choice of ice creams but beware..the prices are not on display. No surprise then to be charged 7 euros for 2 icecreams. Nothing special just one scoop in a cornet and another in a tub. Should have...More
Just bought two lovely ice creams - generous one boule portions. Lots of choice of flavours. A very attractive array of local provisions to buy.
Now a wine shop with ice creams. No pastries anymore (can be purchased at Pastelaria Tavirense). What a shame... Used to be one of my favourite spots and stops in Tavira.
Now a wine bar and ice cream parlour, lucky if they get any body in the time we went by, it always used to be full, can't see it lasting long as it is.
We were treated very unpleasantly by the staff, we were allowed to buy ice cream but not the toilets, the waitress treated us very arrogantly. Quickly we went away. Never again. The cafe next door was really different and friendly. Great almond creations!
We have visited Tavira off and on for over 20 years and this cafe has always been a popular spot for both locals and tourists and deservedly so. However this year something has changed and the owners have decided to take it "up market" with...More
Real centre of activity adjacent to the Roman Bridgd. Great place to watch the world go by after dinner with your Maciera & Coffee...
I had reviewed this cafe earlier in the year (actually after years of going) and was very positive. However things have substantially changed for the worse - what a shame. The operation has reverted to a hostile serve yourself - without telling you. We went...More
Good little stop off for a break. Beer was good and cans of drinks for the kids. Nice outside area gives a nice space. Food wise the toasties were very good but the burgers and hot dogs were a little strange? Order toasties and you'll...More