this cafe has multiple branches all over Tripoli with a good quality hot and cold drink and different types of pastry
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Would often stop here for a coffee and a rest after wandering through the medina. It was clean and had great service. This was back in 2010-11 and current reviews sound as if the ownership has changed.
On April 13,20216, my mother and I decided we would stop for a cup of coffee at Cafe Casa in Jraba only to be told that we were NOT ALLOWED to sit in the common area because we were women and that we were ONLY permitted to sit in the area behind the cashier which I would like to mention... More
It's a good choice for small gatherings or business chat. The open area is very interesting. The indoor part is more suitable for couples or private breaks. They serve very nice Baklawa if you're looking to sweeten your day.
I had an appointment with friends whom already decided the place, It was really easy to find it, and it was a mild summery day so we sat inside (there is also an out in the open section). The café has a diverse menu, lots to eat or drink. Taste was also fine but quality wasn't as expected of a... More
Just off Martyrs' Square, this coffee shop is nestled in between the great walls of the ottoman fort, the gold shops and copper engravers of the old town. Enjoy a late morning cup of coffee and watch the shoppers go by and listen to the sounds of the souq. The coffe is good too as it is usually in Tripoli... More
The coffee is expensive and well it's espresso... the outside patio is nice it's right in the old Medina beside the clock tower, WiFi isn't free either. Hmm there used to be a local cheap sheesha place here I think I'd rather have that.
The location is beautiful , nice and only 1 minute away from the gold market and the traditional shops , the cafe itself WAS good , the staff is very bad the coffee is terrible and the the cake could be dry and old. The prices is high comparing to other cafés and the service , but once more the... More