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Caffe Stella Polare was a favourite meeting place for James Joyce and his pupil and friend Italo Svevo. A good cup of coffee or tea can be consumed here as well as a variety of pastries, pizzette and sandwiches. You can choose to eat outside...More
Trieste is a wonderful city and after getting lost among its impressive buildings, spend to rest for a good coffee and something sweet to resume energy this coffee is an excellent choice. Good price, pleasant attention and a quality patisserie with traditional products. A very...More
We ordered two cappuccino with price 1,60 but waitter charge us each cappuccino 2,50 EU without bill. No pillows on the chairs, no water for my small dog, waitter was untidy and Said that he do not serve dog.
Staffed by young, unexperienced and rude personal whose objective is simply to maximize table rotation. The menu and options are very basic and the quality is poor. The place has no charm and lacks the "old days" atmosphere. A TV was on broadcasting the news!...More
Revisiting Trieste from Venice and strolling through the central area we chanced on this cafe with it's historic interior. Preparing to write this report we were surprised by the negative reviews. Our experience was totally different. The staff were welcoming, the service good and the...More
I've been at that café to eat two tramezzini. The service was poor but the most annoying thing was the waiter. He was really rude treating to me and another customer.
Il servizio molto scarso. La cosa che mi ha dato piu noia e' stato...More
We coincidentally sat in this cafe. Later, I realized that it is Stela Polare which I saw on TA. Honestly, sitting outside is just like being in any other cafe, nothing special.Still I believe it may be very interesting inside, so next time I must...More