its a quite simple place but with a strong traditional way of doing things. of course you need to try the coffee.
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Larhellge old nice coffee shop and restaurant. There are actually a couple next to each other. Gotta have a lecherous... Expresso and hot milk artfully poured high above your coffee. Went to both and almost identical. A treat.
Was originally appalled at rudeness of waiters until explained is a way of their culture at this specific local. Coffee/ food is ok especially if really hungry but nothing special. Not the cleanest place either but as is very busy can be expected. Fits for...More
A fun and busy place for breakfast or any meal. The lechero (coffee with milk) is a tradition and tapping the glass brings a waiter with more coffee or steamed milk. The process is fun to watch and the coffee is delicious. The sweet breads...More
yes this place has been here forever one word, food sevice and location is number one in every aspect
The Lechero at the Gran Cafe La Parroquia is worth the hype. Attentive waiters bring you a glass about a third filled with Espresso and then you clink the glass with you spoon and the theatrics begin. A waiter with a huge teapot of milk...More
A nice place to get together with family and friends and start gossiping about everything! The food it's just acceptable, modest prices and normal service; nothing outstanding but a very good atmosphere. I think my beloved Veracruz is exporting all the good coffee to the...More