Great service and very attentive. Love the little cuban sanwiches! Have to go early, it gets full in no time and a little wait for parking, but it is worth the wait. A very large variety of pastries and sandwiches.
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I stayed at a nearby Airbnb and this was where I had breakfast most days. I don't eat gluten, but was able to get scrambled eggs with ham alongside a papaya and OJ smoothie for about $13. There were also many lovely pastries and desserts...More
Kasalta is one of my favorite places to have a good plate of lentils soup, caldo gallego, or a sandwich, rice with squids and many other Spanish food delicacies. Last time, we went with our family visiting us from New York, and was not the...More
My first morning in town I stolled about 100 feet to Kasalta for breakfast. My spanish wasn't too great so I did the old head nod and smile when asked about specifics. The result: I got expresso (never drink it) toast and a guava pastry....More
The only bad thing about this place is the crazy parking lot. The spots are so tight and usually filled. Its kind of the same inside when you look at the case of sweets only in a good way. Choose from cake, cookies, brownies, local...More
Visited Kasalta this week with a group of 7 while in San Juan for business. We all had one of the local lunch specials and everyone was pleased with their choices. The albondigas and churasco were the hands down favorites. The rice, beans and tostones...More
Breakfast. Upon entering the first thing you notice is the # of locals enjoying their Sunday morning breakfast. Service was quick and staff pleasant. Looking for local dining, this is it.