I liked it here. Service wasn't amazing but ok. Food was really good. Coffee was a slight let down considering the cafe's pride in the offerings, but it was still ok.
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I had a delicious brownie here but the service was awful. There aren't enough servers per customer..
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Pop in to drink the best coffee in town, meet the nicest people and eventually buy beautiful and high quality artesania. We enjoyed a lovely afternoon and ate the best pancakes in Ecuador! We definitely come back for more!!!
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My wife and I had an amazing lunch here! The place is part cafe, part coffee roaster, and part art and crafts gallery. My wife ordered a simple sweet crepe with jam and a pot of jasmine tea (loose). I had the Arepa which was surprisingly good and the best coffee I've had in Ecuador. We also bought chocolates and... More
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.... recognized as a sommelier en cafe from 'La Caféothèque de Paris' is the only barista is in Baños with organic coffee from different regions in Ecuador. He packages coffee selections as travel gifts. His beautiful French wife makes chocolate that will leave you salivating for more. There is a great selection of beer, and awesome crepes. Oh! they have... More
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Varied menu of coffees, teas, and mostly sweet snacks. These people know their coffee! They roast their beans on-site, and have a good variety of Ecuadorian beans. I'll be back everyday I'm in Banos, and may even buy some beans to bring back with me.
The chai lattes we had were hot and delicious. The crepes were well prepared with fresh ingredients. The owner as polite and attentive. They have menus in English and Spanish. They have hammock seats outside at the tables. We didn't sit in them, but they looked comfortable. The WiFI was excellent. They sell arts and crafts. my wife bought two... More
My husband and I hit this place all the time. The tea and coffee are amazing, the breakfast Arepa is one of my favorites. Too the hammock chairs are totally comfortable. It's a great place to eat, sip tea and have snacks, both sweet and savory. Highly recommended.
This is a fun spot for great coffee. Loved the cappuccino and the cute design they made on top. We didn't eat here but they have a nice menu for breakfast. Relaxing swing chairs out front and beautiful art work and crafts for sale inside.
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Are you really the kind of person that trashes publicly a nice place like this on the sole basis of your own selfishness? You are not "fond' of places like that because they ask wi-fi trolls to move along so that real customers will be able to make the small business survive? Really??? What a shame, lady, what a shame!