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All reviews chocolate cake pancakes cocoa beans sandwiches take home ecuadorian coffee hot choc great coffee delicious homemade passion fruit cup of coffee great variety cardamom galapagos mocha filter cream
We asked at our hotel where we could get a good cup of coffee in Banos and Aromi was suggested. As well as serving excellent coffee they have the best selection of beans and ground coffee from around Ecuador. The prices are reasonable so you...More
Bought a ton of chocolate and coffee here as gifts. Amazing selection. Most (if not all) is fair trade, organic and local - big plus for us. Had the mint and golden fruit chocolate as hot chocolates and they were both great. You literally drink...More
The coffeeshop offers excellent breakfasts and the best coffee in town.
You can order coffee from different regions of Ecuador such as Loja or Galapagos.
Staff is very friendly.
You can also buy Ecuadorian cacao, coffee and chocolate.
We got there for the “best hot chocolate“. Well, the choco was good, but nothing special, we could say that we definitely had better ones before. The staff is very nice though, also the food was delicious!!
Overall we are glad that we got there,...More
The staff is super friendly and next to a great variety of chocolate you get to taste some delicious, fluffy pancakes! Coffee is great here too. They offer a variety of coffees from different regions of Ecuador.
Came here several times during our short stay in Baños just to have more of their hot chocolate. They'll turn ANY chocolate bar they have into a steaming cup of hot chocolate for $3. Or, for $1.50, you can get a cup of their house...More
Our first night in Banos we came across this place and had hot chocolate for desert and ordered a truffle to go. Our second night in Banos we had hot chocolate, chocolate cake and cocoa covered cocoa beans for desert and took lots of truffles...More
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Most likely, no! In fact, most restaurants are open or short hours on Sundays. There are still old fashioned places where one day (Sunday) is reserved for family, God and light work. Most of Central and South Americas are... More
Most likely, no! In fact, most restaurants are open or short hours on Sundays. There are still old fashioned places where one day (Sunday) is reserved for family, God and light work. Most of Central and South Americas are like that.
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