The customer was asked to pay 2 euros for the cup of decaf and called the police. Ditta Artigianale, in the center of the city, had neglected to put the price of the coffee on the menu, according to the furious customer. That got the coffee specialist in trouble. It is punishable by law that the price for the cup of coffee is not clearly visible.
Francesco Sanapo, the owner of the cafe, shared his side of the story via a video on social media. He says, among other things, that the price of the coffee was shown on a digital menu. He also calls the matter “unbelievable.”
Ditta Artigianale is known for its coffee preparation, according to The Guardian. The case is said to have already won several competitions with the preparation of ‘the black gold’.
According to The Guardian, a cup of espresso in Italy costs an average of 1 euro. Earlier this year, however, many bars had to raise prices due to supply problems and poor harvests. The average price per cup of espresso rose to an average of 1.50 euros.
As early as 2013, Sanapo, with its coffee shop in Florence, charged 1.30 euros for a cup of espresso. This resulted in mixed reactions: “But I have never been fined.” Due to the increase in the cost of land, his price for an espresso also rose.
Source: De Telegraaf by www.telegraaf.nl.
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