One of the things I loved the most about travelling in Italy was the food.
I love pasta, pizza, gelato, tiramisu, and coffee. Italy is the origin of all of those.
So before my Italy trip, I looked into the famous restaurants/cafes for all of my Italian favourites.
For coffee, I decided to try this place called Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè.
Another famous cafe in Rome is Caffè Greco, but since I had already been there the first time I was in Rome, I wanted to try a different cafe. For my posting about Caffè Greco, click here.
Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè is an ancient coffee shop in Rome – It was founded in 1938 and it still maintains the interior of the original coffee shop. And as a coffee lover, I must say, this was one of the best coffees I’ve ever had.
Sant’Eustachio Il Caffe
Address: Piazza di Sant’Eustachio, 82 00186 Roma
[It’s walking distance from Pantheon – about a 5 min walk]
Sunday to Thursday 8.30am – 01.00am
Friday 8.30am – 01.30am
Saturday 8.30am – 02.00am
Famous for: coffee (try Gran Caffè= 2.40 euros)
Recommended for: coffee lovers