|Formerly Caf� Powell and then a Segafredo Zanetti, this tiny caf� inside the modern Powell Hotel has changed sizes over the years: larger caf� to window counter and back to small caf� again. The place is now largely a glorified kiosk with no real seating areas and a lot of space given over to soup, which used to be operated by the San Francsico Soup Co. The good news is that this is a step up over the Segafredo Zanetti that the previous owners burned to the ground (in quality, not arson). Using a two-group Promac, they pull shots of Lavazza in Lavazza-branded paper cups only. But the barista is surprisingly attentive. He pulls shots with a pedestrian, medium brown crema. They have a smooth flavor of spice, cloves, and some caramel notes. A bit of a positive surprise for something outside cable cour tourist central, though there's certainly room to improve.