Great vibes, healthy options on the menu, friendly staff, tasty food, nice place to sit at, good for breakfast and lunch
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In the expat part of town. Frequented by local expat students and artists. Unbelievably amazing character, atmosphere, and personality. Small and cozy, so won't sit a lot of people. Baristas were very nice and friendly. Just a great coffee shop experience.
We went here for breakfast. Although we were the only ones for a while it took some effort to get the attention of the waitress. She had a hangover and was busy with her phone and/or breakfast. We got some very unfriendly looks from a...More
Y tu Piña Tambien is a great local favourite for coffee, good food, and to meet interesting people. I would often find myself here on Saturday and Sunday mornings reading and enjoying the bright space. Highly recommend for their brunch!
Stopped in for a bit of lunch and was pleasantly greeted by Jenny and found a quiet spot in the adjoining room. Connecting to the WiFi was painless. Ordered the avocado salad and enjoyed every bite. Greens were fresh and you need not worry about...More
Fun and creative little place. Many fresh juices and drinks. Good breakfasts and lunches. This is a backpacker's heaven with a few locals or expats. Great service.
Great value, casual atmosphere, nicely off-the-beaten-path. Went for breakfast and lunch. Both fabulous. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for an affordable delicious casual meal.
Popped in for a "cheap" breakfast. Coffee was average. 3 people in the cafe and my order of huevos rancheros was forgotten until I asked again if I had ordered them 45 minutes later. They were then prepared in 5 minutes and were very plain,...More