Really lovely building- inside is decorated very traditionally. Reasonably priced breakfast- bear in mind no table service outside
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On the Plaza de Castillo in the think of things, this café has a beautiful and large early 1900’s interior. In the back and off to the right from where you enter off the plaza is the Hemingway room/bar with full-sized statue of the man...More
We came for a breakfast on a Sunday morning so it was no surprise to find it fairly full. There is no ordering at the table and the few staff at the bar look severely over worked. Understandably, ordering took some time and collecting the...More
We stopped for hot chocolate and churros. Excellent Coco and Churros but we must have hit the staffing at the wrong time as we did our own busing of and to tables. Also they were short of dough for the Churros, even though there were...More
We had lunch here just because Hemingway supposedly used to hang out here. Located at the Plaza del Castillo, it looks great from the outside, at the floor of a beautiful building. The decorations inside are also very classy. It was a beautiful day so...More
First visted for breakfast when I feasted on a massive slice of tortilla, a montadito de jamon and a freshly squeezed oj for just 6 euros, then I went back in the afternoon for churros (off the menu and very kindly made especially for me)....More
A great location to kick back and do nothing in particular. We used it for afternoon hot chocolate, breakfast and dinner because of its great central location. The food is not brilliant but is very adequate, Breakfast was half the price of our close by...More
We enjoyed an afternoon drink under the umbrellas in the town square. The interior is beautiful, as if from a movie, and the staff is friendly and efficient. Can't comment on the food, but the people watching and relaxation rating were very good.
This is a very attractive, classic café’. Great for a drink or a lunch. Excellent people watching. I don’t know how Ernest Hemingway found time to write. He seems to have spent most of his time in café’s and bars.