Pasticceria Breda

| | 31/05/2017

One of my favourites, this little cafe has all the charm of old Italy decorated in warm hues. If it’s patisserie selection is not enough to tempt you then the plush red velvet sofas and warm golden colour scheme should lure you in.

One of my favourites, this little cafe has all the charm of old Italy decorated in warm hues. If it’s patisserie selection is not enough to tempt you then the plush red velvet sofas and warm golden colour scheme should lure you in. I would personally suggest going there at Christmas time. Take a seat and relax with a coffee or better yet one of their melt in the mouth almond croissants; it will give you that warm and wholesome feeling that we all long for during the festive season.

This quaint little joint is located on Via Umberto I, the street conjoining the main shopping street, Via Roma, so is great when you need a break at the end of a day of laborious high street shopping. They do a particularly good aperitivo, however not one for those of you watching your waistlines. Your drink of choice will be served not only with the typical bowl of chips (making one all the more thirsty for yet another drink) but with a plate of mini cheese and tomato puffs (dangerously more-ish.)

If however you were hoping to find a cafe for doing some work on your laptop, then this is not the place to go, due to a complete lack of sockets, adding, in my humble opinion, to its timeless charm and vintage escapist atmosphere. For those of you who need luring back to a simpler time, there is no better place….


http://www.pasticceriabreda.it/

Via Umberto I, 26,

35122

Padova PD,

Italy

+39 049 875 8394

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