Popped in here late afternoon for some churros, drawn by the apparent good looks of this café from the outside.
Extremely unfriendly service right from the start was topped off by the fact that, after ordering churros, the waiter refused our four-year-old child some toasted bread and butter. When asked about a reason for this, he said they simply didn't serve toast in the afternoons, and didn't want other customers to see this being served, given the risk that "everyone else might then want it too". Obviously it's more interesting to keep your bread to serve as more expensive sandwiches, rather than keep clients happy. Absolutely ridiculous and above all, appalling to even think one would refuse a child some bread. We walked out immediately as of course such attitude and rudeness deserves no trade, from us or anyone else. We went to the Café Internacional, next door, for toast and churros with a smile.
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