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We went for a breakfast as the reviews say that is good. In fact, the food was OK, but there are not so many options and it's a bit overpriced- the menu-complete breakfast is actually very small, for the same amount of money you can...More
Went for breakfast and ordered the coffee, juice and toast. The coffee was extremely hot and burnt. The orange juice was fresh but warm. The toast was ok. Thus giving an average review. The place has lot of potential.
I am neutral in recommending this...More
We stopped for a late breakfast after visiting the Sunday Market. Great food and service served quickly and with a smile. Downstairs does not have the atmosphere of the ground floor but still worth sitting down there if there is no space up top. The...More
Great little cafe, quite good selection of food. However waiters weren’t very attentive. We had to wave the waiters over to order food and when we tried to get their attention for a second order one of the ladies brought over the bill who then...More
Disclaimer: In aras of transparency I have to say that I know the owners.
This is the perfect place to bring that picky girlfriend we all had once. She would love love both the food and the place. Moreover the price is around 12 Euros,...More
On our hunt for good coffee, we came across this place and had a fresh mint tea, 3 cups of different origins coffee and a piece of coconut cake with a thin layer of dulce di leche (called Tarta Anita). All of which was great,...More
When you think of breakfast in Europe this is it. The shop is small and cozy. This was a great recommendation from the host at our Hostel. The food is fresh and filling and reasonably priced. 8.50 euro for what is pictured below. I highly...More