The one in Palermo is charming and the Cortado was delightful. Sit outside in the back if you can. The amount of dulce con leche consumed is voluminous
Great location, classic Le Pain ambience, delicious loaves of bread on the wall, and they still screwed it up so bad that when we left breakfast we drove 40 mins to San Isidro for lunch. When my wife and I spotted the restaurant, one of our favorites from DC (I know it's a chain, but oh so good...!), we gave... More
After a visit to MALBA, I had a roast beef and cheese open faced sandwich on brown bread and my friend had a salad. Both were a huge portion and very tasty. Do try their homemade lemonade which had a refreshing zesty taste to it. Oh, it was great that the waitresses were friendly, helpful and spoke English!
This place is a breath of fresh air in an area crowded with mediocre restaurants. We ate at the newer Palermo location, which just opened in February. Actually we ate there four or five times because the food was just so fresh and healthy. I know its a chain, but they have really great formula. The starting point is the... More
Nice place good service Excellentsalads and quiches, the sweet patry orn deserts are nice The tartin are not so good Poor variety of tees
Visited Le Pain Quotidien twice in Palermo. This concept, imported from Belgium, works really well in BA. Excellent and friendly service. Super food. Great interior design. Just a very pleasant place to hang out. Its got little to do with BA, but sometimes that's refreshing too.
This cafe/bakery has a great menu. The staff are friendly and very welcoming. Generous servings of really delicious organic food and some nice organic wine. Great place if you are looking for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea close to the Museo Malba.
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