They have some small tables but the most are big tables for share with others. food is average and not cheap
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Nice ambient and cute interior. Strong coffe and very good cocos alfajores. I loved it very much. Everything seems fresh.
It is a very nice place to have some light meals, snacks, althought you could have a good dinner as well. Food is organic
Nowadays, "food-security" is number one priority when eating out of home. This chain of healthy-food deserves the qualification. The owners are from Belgium and have a long lasting track record that explains the flawless service and great food they offer. Moreover, it is the only...More
I really like breakfast or an informal lunch here, consistent quality, good service, reasonable prices.
I have always loved Le Pain Quotidian, but in BA I doubly appreciated the place. If you are not into local food, and want to eat something that is at once, tasty, healthy and filling, then Le Pain Quotidian is the place to go. Their...More
Close to MALBA and reasonably priced salads and sandwiches. Nice mint lemonade too! Spinach salad, meat sandwich and curry chicken all enjoyed. Thanks
Expect less variety in Argentina due to the reduced range of vegetable and fish variety they have. Whatever you eat here is the best quality you can get in of that dish in the city. They are always a little short of staff, and the...More
Came in for lunch between the japanese garden and the MALBA. Delicious soups and honestly the best TWO salads I've EVER had. One with goats cheese, the other with roast chicken, avocado, etc. Already strategizing how to come back. FANTASTIC FIND!
I went today for a quick lunch, looking for a burrata that I had eaten last summer. However, it wasn't in the menu anymore. Instead, they offer half mozzarella piece with some tapenade. For $98 pesos, I reckon they should serve a whole piece and...More