Caffe Oro

4 St. Thomas Lane, Bristol, BS16JG
0117 329 3510
Opening Times
Mon - Sat10am - 3pm
SunClosed

VegetarianCasual DiningTakeawayCafeMeatyPizzaStreet FoodSweet TreatCoffee£ItalianEuropeanBritishSandwich

Why we love it

If you're after a rustic, no-frills Italian cafe-come-deli, look no further than Caffe Oro.

Front and centre on St Thomas Lane, Redcliffe, Caffe Oro and its lovely, smiling team have been working their magic on the hearts and bellies of the Redcliffe area since 2015, charming with their hearty plates of Italian grub, British classics (think cooked breakfasts and grilled sarnies) and their eccentric, friendly service. If you work in the area, Caffe Oro is an obvious choice for lunch: quick, delicious pizzas and calzones that are ideal for gobbling down on the hoof sit on the menu alongside more indulgent handmade pasta dishes and platters of cured and cooked meats.

There's absolutely nothing pretentious about Caffe Oro; just quick, filling Italian food. Don't be misled, though – this devotion to simple and speedy certainly doesn't equate to a compromise on quality – no siree. Caffe Oro import many of their ingredients directly from Italy, assuring an authentic taste for their dishes. Coffee beans are imported from a small town outside of Milan, whilst their pizza dough is carefully crafted using Dallagiovanna flours – that's the flour of choice for proper pizzerias in Italy, if you didn't know... You can even buy a few of the essentials to try your hand at a bit of cooking all'italiano at home, if you fancy yourself as a bit of a budding chef!

For a simple and delicious quick-fix meal when your stomach is grumbling, Caffe Oro is the choice for you – buon appetito!

Wriggle Highlights

  • Handmade Pasta, Pizzas and Panninis for a quick lunch
  • If you like a foamy cappuccino, Oro is the place for you
  • They open at the crack of dawn - perfect for a pre-work cooked brekkie

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