good and interesting decoration.average coffe(nothing special) and very bad service.try something else
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Staff very polite. Coudnt eat anything though because there was no gluten free dish. They seem to be doing a good birding tour which I unfirtunately missed so cant comment on it, but was pleased that at least they had a birding tour - on...More
Sadly they didn’t have any decaf coffee but others had the full strength stuff and said it was good. The building is lovely including the huge cactus in the courtyard.
Great place to eat and try local drinks. The house itself is beautiful and the location worked great for us, we were a big group meeting from a couple of different hotels.
We had hours to kill before a bus so we sat in a cosy corner of the cafe and read for 4+ hours. Service was great (thanks Antonio!). The place smelled like freshly baked chocolate cake. Tea was good, coffee was good, nachos were strange...More
I was greeted by Gaby, she was very sweet and attentive. I went there for dinner and I ordered the Andean infusion with the Lomo Saltado and Key lime pie for dessert (keep in mind portions are large when ordering).It has been almost 3 weeks...More
Very pleasant ambience. Good coffee. Excellent chicken noodle soup (Very big serving). Andean lasagne very tasty (again, very big serving). Really enjoyed the place.
We went and each got a glass of wine, their wine list being mostly from South America which was great. We then all ordered empanadas which were delicious! We order the vegetarian ones and were not disappointed. They are a good size and perfect for...More
The ginger and lime tea with honey was lovely! We had a pasty and the quinoa soup which was amazingly good!! The coffee is very good and the waitresses were helpful and friendly! Would go again for lunch!