A truly versatile place La Kanna is, offering all from a quick break with coffee and a cake, a longer break with some wine, brunches, lunches and dining for very affordable prices and even a shop with French and Italian products.
The food here ranges from pastas, risottos and salads to a more “serious” menu with contemporary presentations and recipes, enough to choose from for both carnivores and vegetarians. Brunches on Saturdays and Sundays(until 15:00) seem to be popular with the locals too, serving all your breakfast favourites. La Kanna definitely looks more expensive than it is, but price wise it’s very friendly, you won’t have to fork out a small fortune for the great food and laid back service that you get here.
Food aside, an equally good reason to come here is the atmosphere – it’s so relaxed that it’s almost unimaginable that you could be in and out in under one hour, it’s more of a place to bring a date or come with your friends for long conversations over food and wine.