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We visited as a group of about 15 people so our experience may differ from the typical. The restaurant was clean and attractive and the service pretty quick. The food was average - not bad but not raving good either. The ice cream was tasty!...More
We stopped by only because we needed wifi. We order coffees and a cheese pastry. I've tasted better at the market (basically around the corner). It bit expensive considering what you can get at the market for the same price. But I know some people...More
We went yesterday and tried the queso wist’u and to be honest I wouldn’t have it again. The pastry was sweet and it was just generally bland. Maybe we will try again and have the empanadas because everyone seems to rave about them on here...
Didn't have time to get an API con llauchas at the local market so tried this. The API was good, though drinking it out of a paper cup is not the best. The llauchas we're definitely machine made. Not bad but not great. More pricy...More
This is the place for your tasty empanadas - a good make and keeps the stomach very happy if you haven't got time for a proper sit-down meal. Wist'upiku are also good munch options in airports, though they cost twice as much there.....
These empanadas are of course not compared to my grandfathers or grandmothers homemade empanadas but these are also amazing! The bread to cheese ratio is perfect and they are given to you right out of the oven. Definitely come here to eat cheese empanadas!
It was the day of the graduation parade, we were looking for a place to get a coffe (preferably an espresso) they hadn't espresso, so we had ´'normal' coffee, but the the ice creams did look good, so we ordered some ice creams.
This is now a franchise, but that doesn't detract from the quality of the empanadas. Get the picante - they're not so so spicy - buy them to take back or eat out in front at their wobbly tables. The café con leche is also...More