Café Al Bicerin
if you are visiting the Quadrilatero neighbourhood you have to stop here and ask for a "Bicerin", a tasteful drink made by coffee, chocolate and cream.
Da provare il tipico Bicerin o un rigenerante zabaglione! *** Founded in 1763, with an exquisitely simple boiserie interior dating to the early 1800s, this one-room cafe takes its name from its signature drink, a potent combination of chocolate, coffee and cream. Zabaione, an eggy, boozy…
Discover and taste the famous BICERIN and their wonderful cakes, in a historical and unique atmosphere.
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