I agree with other reviewers that the staff are nice which is fundamental in a cafe environment. I'm not sure why it's called cupacabana as the Brazilian influence doesnt stretch beyond the facade. The decor is clean but the furniture consists of red plastic tables which don't encourage you to stay. The food is fine. No complaints there but neither does it really stand out which is a pity as this cafe has a real opportunity to do something special and be the stand out place in Port Erin.
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