Had a great pizza wood fire oven. You can ask for it as thin as you wish. The topping were perfect. The crust is very good an fresh, after all this is a bakery. English friendly.
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Came her for breakfast, at first glance it looks like a great place, great decoration and ambiance, was expecting better taste, ordered a croque madam and a croque monseiur, bread was tough and wasn't grilled enough, plus was supposed to be served with a side...More
This is large and bustling place, but I can only address breakfast. I can whole heartedly recommend it for that meal. Generous, inexpensive, and tasty. Good coffee. For the rest your on your own....
This coffee house also offers breakfast & lunch, make their own bread, offer sandwiches, omelets, etc. Great coffee and food. Comfortable, and easily accessible on your way to the the Art Institute. Always come here for 1 or 2 meals!
We had a very good breakfast here and we had decent service. It appeared to be a spot for locals and that says good things for the food. My coffee Americana was delicious. They make their own bread but I prefer tortillas. Would I go...More
Loved the place because it was not right in the center with all the touristy eateries/restaurants. Fresh ingredients, organic, make their own bread and pastries, their own granola for breakfast. Staff super nice. Cosy and firiendly place.
Some friends and I had lunch here upon the recommendation of some locals. We were especially grateful for the free wifi! Everyone enjoyed their food, although I didn't like the texture of cooked cactus, which I had with beans and eggs in a spicy sauce....More
Awesome handmade breads onsite. Brick oven pizza from on-site handmade dough. Local craft beers like my favorite Dos Aves. Really enjoy their salads. No parking at any of the restaurants around that area. Taxi or walk. This is a walking town fyi... It is normal...More
Fantastic breakfast and delicious sandwiches later in the day. Friendly staff and of course a lot of gringos (hey, this is San Miguel) but a welcome respite after some days in deeper country.