The place is quite famous for the locals. It have awesome desserts and many other finger food, but its a little pricy.
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Horrible service, the staff took forever to take my order, to make sure everything was ok, didn't even asked before the took the salt and pepper from my table. No greeting as we entered, no smile, nothing! The breakfast was bad, salty and very greasy....More
The food is beautiful, delicious, and I can't get enough! The owners are so sweet and kind! 10/10 recommend to anyone looking for a unique little restaurant to eat in.
While waiting for a friend I ordered a "Chicken quiche" after 15 minutes I asked for my order again and one of the ladies with a very bad attitude told me to wait longer for something that was already cooked and ready to serve. After...More
Been here many times - not the easiest to find parking. However, a very quaint place to enjoy breakfast or lunch. Mainly a full display of many delicious pastries and breads. I've had kibba there - good - as well.
I have been here many times. Some times having a quipe, a pastelito and a coffe or just passing by to take a tres leches or a piece of cake. One have to admit that they all taste good every time. The problem is that...More