New York style-subway tiles meet aged wood and quirky bicycle handlebar coathooks. That’s the style of Coppi which is named after the legendary Italian cyclist, Angelo Fausto Coppi. There is just as much style in the food which majors on Venetian tapas called cicchetti and Italian-esque dishes.
The influences are Italian but the ingredients are local where possible. Your steak will come from Peter Hannan’s and your fish will be landed off our shores. All of the pasta, sourdough breads and desserts are made fresh daily at Coppi Cucina, their very own development kitchen, and home of the Coppi Truck.
Being in the lively Cathedral Quarter means this place is really popular for lunch and in the evenings. Check it out for Sunday roasts and cocktails too.
A meal at this St Anne’s Square venue is as affordable as a single cappuccino in Venice’s St Mark’s Square – closer to home and much more satisfying!
They offer an extensive vegan and vegetarian menu, delicious daily specials, as well as a fantastic value 3-7-3 lunch menu, offered Monday – Friday, noon – 4pm.
OPENING HOURS Sunday-Thursday 12 noon- 10pm Friday Saturday 12 noon – 11pm