A lot of tea options, great food and place to spend time. I went alone to breakfast, the food is a large plate, delicious. loved it!
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The food was fantastic. Amazing combinations of flavors. I would add more light to the ambience, especially to read the menu better.
We went in on a rainy day. It was warm and cozy inside, full of people and fun to sit in. The foodvand drink variety in the menu was great, including for veggies. The problem was when the food showed up. The hamburguesas del norte...More
This tea spot was very close to our hotel. Since we missed our usual complimentary breakfast we decide to drop in here. Glad we did! The place was very inviting and being on a corner of the street had some good views for people watching....More
Traveling through South America for the last few weeks you realize that not a lot of places are open on Sunday’s. As a tourists this can be an issue because well ... if you’re staying at a hotel you don’t have a kitchen. This place...More
Good tea, fun spot. Good service. Tea selection was good. Not a huge selection of teas but what they serve is good.
Despite its name, it's got far more on offer than just tea! Had an excellent dinner (chicken Caesar salad and chicken with couscous) served by a very welcoming gentleman. And the restaurant itself was nicely decorated and had a nice ambiance.
Waitress really helpful to two ole people ended up with a really excellent dinner.as johnnie foreigners speaky no english. Dont know what happened my wife ended up with a glass of wine...I can only suppose they realised who had the money. Selection of tea mind...More
I had lunch in Tea Connection on Montevideo street. Healthy and tasty food and good service. Price is reasonable if you choose the menu, and good servoce
This particular Tea Connection, I've not gone to. Mine is at Sinclair and Cervino, in Palermo Nuevo. But since they're a BA chain, I assume all are very similar. This address is in Recoleta, btw. Anyway.... I host tourists in my home and every single...More