I didn't try a crepe but the coffee was excellent and the brownie was pretty good. The lemon meringue pie also very good. Nice atmosphere - a good place to relax after a walk.
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Crepes we're pretty good but service is terrible. We were completely ignored upon entering the cafe and seated ourselves. after sitting for about 5-10mins and watching the waitresses chat to each other and clean other tables, I went up to the front and grabbed a menu. When our order was finally taken, crepes were quick to arrive. Quite expensive for... More
We were famished after our 6 hour bus trip from El Calafate and most other restaurants were closed as it was past 3 PM. This place caught our eye and we are so glad we came. They have a large selection of sweet and salted crepes and you can even mix and match and make up your own. They have... More
I'm not much of a crepe fan... but this place has turned my opinion.... it serves the best crepes possible .... a tiny cute place with many options for crepes ... salads... and coffee ... tried the berry crepe with Nutella .... AMAZING....
Cozy restaurant, polite staff and a very good quinoa salad. The only downside is that there is no Wi-Fi connection.
The best crepes in town! Well run with a very wide choice of sweet and savoury crepes, as well as salads, soups, sweets and a big selection of coffees and teas. Service extremely efficient - orders appear at the table within minutes, but all freshly made. Perfect for lunch, afternoon coffee or an after dinner dessert. We visited twice during... More
My family's from Patagonia so I've gone to this place more than once. Nowadays they serve Marley coffee and the staff does know how to make a proper coffee, however chilean standards for coffee are different technique-wise, luckily they have a huge chart that explains every type of coffee they offer. Food here is amazing for breaky, lunch, tea time;... More
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