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Review: After five days of eating the free breakfast at the Hotel Piemonte, this was a welcome change. It's a cozy little space, tucked away in a bright yellow building that's a little hard to find if you're not paying attention. You must ring the bell to get in, and most patrons seem to be staying at the hostel. However, the staff was very friendly and welcomed us into their kitchen. I had tofu scramble with veggies, homemade toast and jam, a large soy cappuccino and water, all for 9 euros. Everything was yummy, especially the cappuccino. I definitely think it's worth a visit if you're in the area or are sick of your free but boring hotel food and willing to travel. It's too bad they no longer serve lunch or dinner, but they offer snacks like bread, hummus, popcorn and such after the kitchen closes.