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Last week My husband and I came here for my birthday as we had just arrived in Buenos Aires the previous day. We were not disappointed! The lady that served us was the owner and walked us through the menu with her perfect suggestions
We found this cozy place via Trip Advisor. When we entered the place was filled with locals. We were able to order at the counter and sit outside, which was absolutely perfect. The coffee, orange juice, pastry and bread were outstanding. I ended up ordering...a second coffee which I never do. If you are looking for a place to relax and watch the world go by this is it. Get a table outside and enjoy!More
Great, calm and friendly place to come and study, chat with friends or relax for a while. Their homemade snacks will make you craving for more. Their coffee, simply the best. And the owners are absolute darlings, they really make you feel at home.
I am very picky about my morning cappuccinos. Annoyingly so to my friends. I will go a long distance for a perfect capp. Fortunately this cafe was only 10 min from my apartment. Every morning, I arrived and the owners remembered me and my order....Really lovely place, look no further for amazing espresso drinks.More
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Response from Vive_Cafe | Property representative |
Hi dear, How are you?
We have soya milk for the moment.
We are working on the almond one but it is not ready yet.
The Soya milk, however, goes very well with our coffee.
Let us know if you need anything else.
Have a good day.
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