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Stopped by for empanada last evening and came back for breakfast and coffee. Very nice breakfast and baked goods. Staff very nice. Bilingual menu for non Spanish speakers. (Not needed for me but others might like to know). Chocolate croissant is to die for. Wish...we had come here every morning.More
The croissants and danish are delicious and I would give it 5 stars. But I can't tolerate that the staff was very disrespectful to a tourist that didn't speak English. They laughed at him behind his back and made derrogative comments. This is not the...first time! The staff is rude, unfriendly and when you ask them for something and they don't know, they just are rude and dismissive. I live in Cusco and this makes me sad and angry... Urgent staff training is needed!More
For our last full day in Cusco, my boyfriend and I decided to eat here and we wish we would have gone sooner! I had a typical breakfast plate with 3 eggs, potatoes and delicious soft bread and I loved it. My boyfriend had the...empanada mixto, which he of course loved, and the coffee was also very good in taste. The funny thing is we had walked by and always boughten pastries from this cafe, like danishes and their chocolate croissants, but never stopped to actually have breakfast until now. The price is midrange and definitely worth every penny:)More
Had an early morning cup of coffee here with alfahores to get some energy for the day. Very, very good coffee and the cookie was also nice. A quiet little coffee shop so early in the morning. Toilet needed some attention as I could not...use it.More
I had the empanada de pollo - it was tasty but only lukewarm. The internet did not work and staff seemed indifferent when I mentioned it. There’s lots more places in Cusco that fulfil these basic needs.