Really nice cafe close to the canal. Good food and coffee. But damn soooooo long time to wait for it. And the waitress was unfriendly at possible and hurry me to choose without helping me.
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The times I go to A.Horn I'm always taking the lemon tart which is lovely. However the service isn't so good. I ordered a coffee and the lemon tart, however after getting the coffee it took 30 minutes before the tart came. This wasn't the...More
Stopped in for lunch and took a table inside on a warm sunny day since outside tables were all full. Most of the people inside (less than half of the tables were occupied) were just having coffee or a beer and reading. Waited for the...More
Me and my boyfriend have been eating here 3 times in 5 days: we just loved it! We had a lovely dinner at first, so we decided to come back the day after for breakfast and we couldn't avoid to start the day after without...More
A very nice place on the shore of the channel. Very nice in summer time with the tables outside on the corner, crowd but really typical in winter too. Nice place for a long stay coffe or a week end brunch
This is one of a hack definition of coziness! Bright space, friendly staff, international people all around (not sure if it's Ahorn or Berlin :) - and it all makes you feel like home. Very yummy brunches, great location, nice deco - bright place for...More
Two of the above qualities are typically not what one would be looking for when searching for a place to eat. Located on a street corner with lots of greenery around it, this cafe-cum-bistro has a huge advantage over competition without lifting a finger. Both...More
Oh my gosh, it took over 40 mins for someone to come and take our order. Each time we asked if we could order, someone said they'd call someone else and the someone else never came, so we waited a long time for that. Then...More
Enjoy the sun at the corner to Carl-Hertz-Ufer and have an excellent Breakfast, afterwards walk over to the VanLoon Restaurant ships and enjoy lunch or another coffee. How good can life be?