I was enticed to go this place because of the review in Lonely Planet, to quote: '....was historically popular with politicians, artists and writers. In fact, Jorge Luis Borges and Pérez Célis (a famous Argentine painter) used to hang out here before the era of skinny lattes. The people-watching is excellent, both inside the café and out.' Well I thought if it was good for those famous artists, it must be good for me. Not so.... It was very average. It is located centrally near the busy shopping district of Florida Avenue. It is a two stories cafe, upstairs overlooking the pedestrian side walk. The food is very average and ordinary. I had grilled chicken with salad (forgot the photo of the chicken, a glass of wine, it was their specials. It was all so and so. It was very quiet at night and there is free wifi.
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