The "Cera" name doesn't appear anywhere, but as soon as you've stepped into this café, situated just a stone's throw from the center, you'll recognize the elegance of the famous family of restaurateurs. It's a quiet oasis set amidst "green" furnishings and plants, a double veranda and glass. When it comes to food they've got all the bases covered. Breakfast feature's Luigi Biasetto's delectable pastries flanked by excellent coffees and cappuccinos. At lunch things get serious: raw seafood, paccheri pasta with shrimp and clam juice, sumptuous fried seafood and alternatives prepared with meat. For those who prefer to stay flexible, there's a lunch menu with some delicious morsels available at reasonable prices. When it comes time for an aperitif, choose from an extensive, well-thought-out wine list or from among their impeccable cocktails. Appetizing "cicchetti" (rarely this good) and outstanding, gourmet pizzas (with toppings like raw tuna, Mediterranean pesto, pistachio mayonnaise, burrata, passion fruit) do the rest.