A very nice calm coffee place near the center, but away from most tourists. Good to visit during afternoon, when the shadow starts to hit the street garden.
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A perfect place to take a break from wandering around the market and the old city - it is tempting just to stay there.
Close to food market lies this tiny place that is basically caffe which is extremely popular with a locals belonging to the art scene. It is basically a place to drink your coffee or tea, have a short chat with your friends and go back...More
It's a little bit small but cozy café. The Nicaraguan coffee is excellent I enjoyed it very much and I also had a pint of craft beer which was an Indian Pale Ale and it was one of the bests I ever tasted. The prices...More
Coffee that is on-point. No matter if it is cold brew or black. Would definitely be back for this again. Been there thrice in three days and they do not disappoint. With the crowd of locals, you know you are not stumbling into a random...More
Welcome back, when you are back in own :)
Had a great cappuccino here and spoke briefly with the barista about their philosophy of fair trade etc. They serve excellent coffee - highly recommended. Also on offer - oat milk for the lactose intolerant and vegans. Highly recommend.
Best coffee on this trip (2 weeks plus in Europe). Lovingly prepared and superb, rich flavour. So why only 4 stars? What is it with European cafes and long life milk?! There's plenty of lovely fresh milk available. To be fair, the special barista UHT...More
My girlfriend and I went to Cafe Cokl just before leaving Ljubljana on our way to Zagreb. Coffee was simply delicious and they offered even some special ones (Aeropress, Chemex, etc). Prices were great, the waiter was friendly and happy when I said they had...More
Stopped by Cafe Cokl for some coffee in the morning before leaving Ljubljana. Ordered the cold brew (there are two different sizes) and it was good! They also serve non-coffee drinks as well if you're not interested in coffee. Outdoor seating was nice and it...More
Cafe Cokl is a lovely little spot near the castle. I came for coffee one morning, ended up having two of them. Delicious! My only complaint was that they didn't have any pastries - was told they only do that on weekends. So if you're...More