Coffee could be better. Menu should be in English, internet sent me there, this is getting to a touristic point of interest. Ham and cheese sandwich very tasty but overpriced .
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My daughter noticed that this place was very busy so we went for dinner. We were three adults and a 3 year old. We had an appetizer of ham and cheese fritters - delicious and presented nicely - and a pitcher of Sangria. The adults...More
on average it is more expensive than similar places in Puerto rico but it is rally good. Lots of locals and police were there at 6am when they opened. we tried a variety of the pastries and liked them all. The meat pie was delicious....More
If you are looking for fresh delicious breakfast as early as 6 am in San Juan, look no further. This place is very tourist friendly and often is crowded by People from all over the world! It has a huge variety of eggs, breads, coffee...More
Cute bakery that has so much to offer! We stopped here every day, sometimes twice a day, for lattes and iced lattes. Cakes and empanadas were delicious! We became friendly with Manny, who would make our order for us as soon as he saw us...More
This place has been around for ages and has kept its quality despite all the changes. For starters, it is a huge place which offers something for everybody, from Cuban, Spanish and Puerto Rican fare to sandwiches and desserts of all kind. Although it can...More
It's impressive to walk into. Huge cases of cheeses, meat, baked goods, chocolates and sandwiches. You can also get champagne (mimosas)/alcohol here. We had coffee (very good), mini cubanos (good but a bit pricey), a cheeses sampler (too much of too few cheeses for a...More
While staying in San Juan, I had coffee here every morning. I'll usually make coffee in my room but the coffee at Kasalta was so good! I tried one of their empanada- style pastries and it was good but not great. The sandwiches and deli...More
Good breakfast and food, excellent location. Fresh food and bakery pantry. This is the Obama Bakery. Because President Obama visited there during his stay in PR.
It was recommended by my Uber driver that I must try this bakery so I went in unassuming. It's a huge bakery displaying all kinds of pastries to sandwiches from one end to the other end. Some of the prices like the $2.50 Empenadas were...More