Located in Plaza Vieja, it's a nice place to stop. The atmosphere is great, the food and beverages are good, the prices medium high. Recommended.
The location is great for a drink, but the waitresses are unfriendly and be prepared to get ripped off. The standard scams are used here, no correct change, different currency or pay the price for a imported coke and get a local one.
This little coffee shop in old havana is a nice and colourful place to people watch! The coffee is roasted and ground on the premises and can be purchased for home consumption. Much better than Cubita or Serrano! The capuccinos, cold coffees and dessert coffees are delicious but the service is slow. although it is in the heart of tourist... More
Be careful with this restaurant. We paid the bill with a 20 dollar note (we had no others) and the waitress insisted that we had only given her five. No use to talk to the boss. Was he an accomplice?
I had high hopes for this cafe after reading the reviews but unfortunately for us it didn't live up to the hype. We're serious coffee lovers & being Aussies & living in SF we're absolutely spoilt for choice...this coffee was burnt, the milk was oversteamed & in all honestly I think the milk was sour. Seeing the old milk being... More
If you're a coffee lover then you really need to check out this cafe. They've got a fantastic range of coffee, ranging from simple espresso to more complex and subtle flavours. Even though it's located in the heart of Havana it's not expensive. They also serve cakes and other food, though I only had one of their wonderful coffees.
We only had a few cold drinks here but the setting is nice facing the square in a shaded area with attentive table service (some English spoken). It's a nice place to rest your feet up and people watch. If you're a photographer, it's a good place to sit and take pictures of people etc.
You have sipped a daiquiri with Hemingway's statue at El Floridita, and downed a mojito at the rooftop bar of the Hotel Ambos Mundos,and now you are hot and you are tired after tramping around the streets of old Havana for a couple of hours. It is definitely time for you to seek out the Cafe El Escorial in the... More
The location is good and it catches the sun which is nice. The food was very tasty but the service was pretty slow even though they didnt seem rushed off their feet
This cafe is simply the best in town, the coffee and frappes are second to known and the staff are just the same. I thoroughly recommend searching this place out if you are in Havana and spending a lazy hour sitting outside enjoying the people going by whilst enjoying some of the best drinks in town.
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