De Lolita offers reasonably good coffee, but that should be a given in Colombia, the world's caffeine capitol. The location we visited in this chain restaurant was in Laureles, and we were there at 7 am., when the city was beginning to stir. So street noise was an issue, but it is a coffee shop, so that's expected. Service was prompt, food was warm and okay, though again nothing to brag about. My wife and I enjoyed the menu del dia, which was huevos revueltos (scrambled eggs) with jamon y queso, (ham & cheese) $24,000 COP for the two dishes, about $6.00 USD. I had a café con leche, and my wife had a café tinto, both coffees $16,000 COP, about $3.50 USD. Total cost of desayuno= $40,000 COP, or $13.00 USD. Note: a café tinto means instant coffee in Colombia. That may explain why many visitors dislike their coffee in restaurants. Café tinto is cheaper to produce, and faster. If De Lolita has a notable mark, it's that it is predictable. Three stars because this was an average experience.
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