The coffee here is famous and quite extraordinary, if pricier than elsewhere. Worth it though.
This is one of the city’s most famous coffee bars, and its walls are plastered with celebrity testimonials. The coffee is quite extraordinary, if pricier than elsewhere; the barmen turn their backs while whipping up a cup so as not to let their secret out (though a pinch of bicarbonate of soda is rumoured to give it its froth). Try the gran caffè: the schiuma (froth) can be slurped out with a spoon or finger afterwards. Unless you specify (amaro means ‘no sugar’; poco zucchero means ‘a little sugar’), it comes very sweet.
|Venue name:||Caffè Sant’Eustachio|
Piazza di San Eustachio, 82
00186 Roma RM
|Opening hours:||Open 7.30am-1am Mon-Thur, Sun; 7.30am-1.30am Fri; 7.30am-2am Sat.|
|Transport:||Metro Spagna or Tram 8|