Central location, reasonable, clean, People watching...good breakfast stop, open early, popular stop
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I wasn't blown away by anything here. The ChocoBanana was good, but I've had better at the Minnesota State Fair. If your looking for a casual lunch or breakfast, the food is decent. Service is ok, not up to the standards other restaurants set in the area. If your looking for a cool snack on a warm day, the ChocoBanana... More
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We ate lunch here twice. It's a popular, busy place, but the service was helpful and the food comes out quick. Good food. It would be nice if they were licensed for lunch though.
Absolutely fantastic service and the smoothies are out of this world. Good prices too. It can't be missed as it is very popular. We got there just after 9 and all the tables were taken but then we notice that there is also an upstairs. Result!!!
Delicious breakfast, such fresh ingredients. Enjoyed Eggs Mexicana and the French Toast Pudding was so unique and delicious. Never got the chocolate covered banana, will have to go back!
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I have never been a big fan of chocolate covered bananas, but the chocolate, coconut banana here is so good! They also have fans, which allows a good break from the hot street and good water.
Beverages range from all types of coffees, to smoothies, granitas and more. Had the enchiladas - delish! Others had muffins, carrot cake and cookies. They make a great café affogato - espresso with ice cream, best outside of Italy.
We enjoyed this place on 4 different occasions. First, my husband and I got espresso (for me) and a smoothie (for him). Both were excellent and we had a very nice chat with the waiter about the town of Sayulita. We asked him about how the locals feel about the tourism, and he gave us an honest and thoughtful answer.... More
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