Liked the coffee and cake! Place is cool to have a break. Old building with lot’s of locals drinking their coffee.
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This place is supposedly known as one of the most beautiful, influential cafés in the world, Hence we decided to pay a visit too. There were hordes of tourists lining up outside, and once we were seated, we were able to admire all the intricate...More
We were recommended to go to this Cafe being the oldest in Buenos Aires, which we did and when we arrived there was a queue. We decided to stay in the queue and wait and the queue moved reasonably quickly. We ordered some food and...More
We were here for the coffee, snacks and ambiance. We were on tour of Buenos Aires and scheduled for a stop. We were in the private back room which accommodated our large group. The service was quick and efficient. The snacks arrived promptly along with...More
They made us wait outside in a long line to create the illusion that you're waiting on something great. Once you go inside, half the tables are empty. The menu is fairly limited and the food is nothing to brag about. Prices are high though,...More
Great place to visit. Packed with atmosphere and old world charm. Well worth a look. Good food and service. The Tango Academy is right next door and worth a visit.
I don't understand what the fuss is about this place. We went here after our final activity tour on a time crunch as our flight was that evening. When we arrived there was a line. Unsure if the line was for dinner or just coffee...More
Cafe Tortoni could easily be a bit of a cliche but manages to combine both being a tourist destination and somewhere where people go to meet and eat. It's slightly bizarre at times to be sitting here having breakfast and find yourself surrounded by Japanese...More
This cafe shop is famous because some writers(borges ,Lorca etc) and intellectuals had meeting there .It is a nice place ,usually full .The caffe ,desert and tea was good.The only problem was their insensivity about hygiene of men toilet,as I heard from my husband!
Entering Cafe Tortoni is like entering a temple that stood the time ...the grandeur and splendor of the place with large crystal chandelier, the dark wood and the old world waiters' attention give you an excitement that you're in there for a great treat. As...More