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No waiter came to pick up our order for about half an hour, and it took at least another half an hour to bring us a panini and some almost cold fries.
Poor service, excuse always was "I'm sorry, but it's very busy today", as...More
After being to the museum district, we headed out looking for a place for lunch. The patio area looked appealing with tables and tulips, but it was chilly out so we ate in. Casual dining, fun pillows on the benches. Waiter was attentive and helped...More
Very affordable cafe serving breakfast, paninis, and salads. I had the Serrano ham and manchego cheese panini which was delicious and less than 8 Euro. My friend had the spicy chicken panini and lived hers as well. Friendly waiter and staff.
We had 2 cokes outside, first the waiter lasted 10 minutes in asking us what we wanted to drink, then of course, another 10 minutes to bring 2 cokes, but the worst was when we asked for the bill, as they charged 5€ each when...More
Wow! Just wow!
All we did was stop in for a quick drink and a snack before our dinner!!
We ended up staying for a while and had a variety of locally brewed beers including an IPA, a Belgian style triple and some blonde and...More
I went to try to have dinner, was late so I asked if they still were serving, and the answer was a yes. So we went to a table and the waiter never attended (he was all the time on his cellphone doing nothing!), so...More
We enjoyed stopping here for a relaxed meal.
There is plenty of outside seating as well as a smaller indoor space. Best for groups of 5 or less given the smaller table size.
The Dutch pancake was a bit plain but the saloon burger was...More