Dami Cafe

Via della Croce, 113-119, 00187 Roma RM, Italy, Rome


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  • Rumen Manev

    - 28 June 2018 -

    Awesome food, convenient location!

  • J M

    - 06 June 2018 -

    Most of the is food not fresh (frozen). The three lasagnas we ordered were all still cold, and after heating them a second time they tasted bad. (we wanted four but they did not have enough). While we were eating, more dishes (at least three more) were returned to the kitchen by other customers. The squid rings in the frutti di mare were flavourless bands of rubber. A few hours later, all four of us had stomach complaints. About a third to half of the menu was out of stock. There was a delicious-looking lasagna in front of the restaurant, which looked nothing like what we got and was probably only there to lure people in. Go here for disappointing food.

  • Henrix Gudmundsson

    - 27 November 2017 -

    Close to the steps without being expensive. Ok.

  • Alvin Abraham

    - 12 July 2017 -

    Came here after 5 years and the quality is still the same! Love this cafe, definitely the best cappuccino I've ever had in my entire life. The ambience, staff, and quality of service is on point. Will always visit this cafe when I come to Rome! Thank you Stefano for the hospitality you showed me 5 years ago, you have most definitely retained my business.

  • Joash Bijusam

    - 12 July 2017 -

    I came here after I was recommended by a friend and I was not disappointed at all. I would definitely recommend the cappuccino because it uses real authentic cream instead of just steamed milk or something. I definitely recommend this place if you're in the area.

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