14 user reviews
best cofee ever in cairo why because the prices are not so high , the service is great , and the cofee is real and strong . only thing i dont like that they dont have free intetnet ,come on guys the world have changed you must change as well . the toilet also need some restoration
Good sandwiches coffe as well as quality however for long time there no change in the plates offered in the menu no creativity nothing new no main courses offered like chicken with rice or vegetables the service is slow usually it so crowded no a quite area in the restaurant to sit in for studying or reading etc
Go there if you really want a very bad service I spent there for 50 minutes (by myself) and my order have not completed. They got my order after I went to the manager (after I've been there for 30 minutes and asked for someone to take my order 3 times)
I went with my friends , and we ordered iced cappuccino , cappuccino and tea . Both cappuccinos were REALLY bitter and not the good bitter . The female waitress kept hovering over our heads and giving us suspicious looks like we were going to run away without paying !!!!
Great coffee, cappuccino and cafe caramelto are a favorite. The sandwiches are really good though usually the bread changes with the fillings so it gets confusing if you want a different bread for your favorite filling. However, they taste really good. Their cheese croissant and apple pie are amazing as well. Salads are not their thing at all and coolers are a hit & miss, so far nothing was impressive about them.
1 Pastriesmarble cakescookies Average quality comparable to Corner Bakery products, USA and Williams pub, Canada.2 Drinks coffee, tea, etc. Excellent quality. Americano coffee is exceptionally good.3 Prices For tourists and visitors, prices are similar to international Starbucks franchises. You would pay about 23 dollars per drink which is quite expensive for average Egyptians if they pay the equivalence in Egyptian pounds.
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