The water tasted like chlorine,the waitress is smoking inside,uncomfortable chairs and the sweets are not that good!
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The oranjejuuce was fine. The water tasted like chlorine, not nice. The fallafel tortilla was cheap but horrible. The fallafel was not cooked! The waitress said "I'm not the cook" after my remark. No attention to the guest.
S&S is just off Chalidon and is a fairly contemporary venue offering drinks, pastries and ice-cream. We ventured in for a late coffee and were tempted by the array of ice-creams.The service was extremely friendly and good humoured considering they were ready to close. Just...More
Right in the centre of Chania's main shopping street, opposite the road down to the Venetian harbour, this café serves one of the best cappuccino coffees I've ever tasted (and that's after many visits to Italy!). The cakes and pastries are also amazing and I...More
We stopped here before and after our foray into Chania old town and harbour, a good location not far from the bus station and next to the taxi rank. Good gelato, generous portion and reasonable price. Nice staff.
Called in here during a day trip to Chania as it is located handly between the bus station and the Old Town. Like a bakery with lots of pies and cakes on display. Pies included cheese, spinach, turkey and chicken. There is seating upstairs and...More
Best macchiato I had in 15 years visiting Chania. I know it's Italian but old habits eh? Busy location, very friendly, prompt service. Fab! Regular haunt now
Very rude and arrogant staff, manager shouting at the poor waitress while she was carrying a very heavy tray up and down the stairs, poor quality coffee
Stopped here for a Freddo Cappaccino when it was raining. Pleasant place to sit and watch the busy street below. Staff friendly and efficient. Good choice of pastries / teas / coffees.
Under heavy rain, this was a good place to stay. Upstairs is quite noisy due to high volume music and one touris even smoked inside. Our waiter was tired (of his job?) and sooo sloow. Yes, now I remember why I visited this place only...More