In this "pais de Nescafe" (country of Nescafe) we were very pleased that Armin and Nadia at Zapato Amarillo hostal had told us about Al Grano. Located just around the corner from the Plaza de Armas, this unassuming little place has only been open for a couple of months, but we'd say they're succeeding in their mission to introduce good espresso to Osorno. We liked their selection of various gourmet coffees and their use of water free of chlorine and flouride. They also have a nice selection of salads and sandwiches (veggies are reportedly organic), as well as kuchen and other pastries. Complimentary WiFi access to high speed internet is also available.
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