Best flat white coffee on town....visited twice each day and coffee was consistently made with care and expertise.
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I stopped in twice for breakfast during my time in Buenos Aires and, I have to say, I was impressed both times. The first time I had a cafe con leche and two croissants stuffed with cheese and ham, which hit the spot and was...More
Found this place while exploring the San Nicolas neighborhood. It's a busy, hip cafe with excellent coffee, sweets, and a friendly staff. I am definitely going to go back!
A must eat place to visit. Great coffee and good eats. Small but packs a punch. Can get busy around lunch so plan ahead.
Perfect... being a coffee snob from NZ, I loved finding this cafe. I excellent coffee and the quiche for lunch an added bonus. Good on you guys and girls, keep it coming. Barista quality paid off.
Loved this place in the middle of a touristy area. Great coffee (AeroPress), espresso, and food. Had the medialunas and a toasted ham and cheese sandwich. Both very good. Staff was very friendly and understood how to make coffee the way we like in Venice,...More
I was quite disappointed to notice that coffee in BA is this bad. But then there was Cafè Negro. First GOOD coffee this holiday. Now we come here every day for our caffeine dose. Don't leave BA without paying a visit to Cafè Negro if...More
Cofee is really good, but have you seen a Cofee shop that opens 8.20? The idea is to start my day with a Cofee before enter my work but it open times makes very difficult to do it.
If you love a tasty cup of coffee, get your tastebuds to this professional barista hangout. Coffee the way it is meant to be...
Excellent & much needed coffee. Good cheese and ham quiche. Friendly helpful service in English. Very busy around 9 am then got less busy. Service at about 4 tables, at the bar on stools and through a hatch to the street for grab & go.