Great coffee, teas and the best pastry. Great place to meet with friends, worked moments or a solo wth my laptop. Great quality. Just go!
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Al half past noon I went to keep a table as my granddaugher and her future husband were arriving a little later. I had filet mignon (lomo slices with broccoli, a tonis water and a double ristretto (very strong) coffee- - prices very reasonable, but...More
We checked in to the Hotel and were eager to grab a bite to eat so we walked to the corner and encountered this quaint place... One side is the restaurant...the other a cafe type of place... Their desserts are awesome... I had the ham...More
We had breakfast here on Sunday and whilst the atmosphere was good and the prices reasonable, the croissants and other pastries we ordered were stale. Perhaps leftovers from the day before?
A lovely spot to meet for a coffee or tea. pastries and lunch specials and sandwiches. Tasty and a nice place to relax with a friend.
We came in as it was recommended for its "vigilantes", one specific kind of danish in Argentina. The cafe is in a quiet residential corner of Buenos Aires, pretty well-to-do, and yet only a few blocks away of gritty Retiro. They have great options for...More
We went to the bakery at 905 Juncal which is part of the bakery/cafe. We went in and found one of the staff that spoke english. She helped us with our order of empanadas and tarta espinaca. the three empanadas were excellent as was the...More
We went there for coffee and dessert and we're glad we did. The cafes con leche were just right, and one serving of chocolate mousse cake was more than enough for two. Our order came with a plate of cookies and two glasses of sparkling...More
Not only the best empanadas I've ever eaten but just about, to me, the best pastry I've ever tasted. Rich, flakey, and loaded with butter. Unbelievably good and huge and cheap. 35 pesos (about $2.35 at today's exchange). Maybe tomorrow I ditch my planned departure...More