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Posted by anonymous on 01/23/2013
Excellent lattes. Nice cafe type of food - I've tried a couple of different items and loved them all. GREAT atmosphere and very nice staff. The owner is very friendly and takes his time to make us customer feel very welcome. Been visiting both in March 2012 and December 2012.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/02/2012
My family and I were in WTC area on Memorial Day weekend and wanted a bite to eat. We stumbled across this quaint little cafe (that my daughter convinced us to try), and were pleasantly surprised! The service was good, but the food was even better! I had a new crepe on the menu, with ricotta cheese and arugula. Delicious and wholesome! We were given a tour of the back room and even got a hand-written walking map with directions to the WTC area. I recommend everyone to eat here! It's a priceless gem!
Posted by Céline on 04/21/2011
We are French, and were searching a quiet place with normal portions to have a break during our trip to Lower Manhattan. We were seduced by the quietness of this small and cosy restaurant. The decoration is antique-like and it is funny compared to the environment. The food is simple and cheap. The plates are not too big and, as they do not have french fries, the smell in the restaurant is not "oily" flavoured. A good address as to me.
Posted by Christy on 01/01/2011
We were wandering around looking for a place to grab a bite and stumbled across the Cosmopolitan Cafe. The food is absolutely amazing for cafe fare. The savory crepes were to die for. The burgers were described as "phenomonal" by a member of our group. The pancakes were delicious. Although the cafe is small, it was cozy and quaint. The prices were very reasonable (about $10 for a burger with a small salad and roast potatoes). I highly recommend this spot for a nice lunch.
Posted by Julie on 08/19/2010
I've been there twice now and both times were absolutely amazing! The crepes are out of this world delicious and the prices can NOT be beat almost anywhere in NYC let alone Tribeca! My husband ordered the fish entree and said it was like having a home-cooked meal - and he loves my cooking ; ) Definitely go!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/21/2010
This place was better when it was the Soda Shop, certainly friendlier. Now it has a corporate feel like the Starbucks around the corner. The pastries are brought in rather than baked on site, and the coffee is not good. What happened to the ice cream and candy??? The neighborhood has lost a gem.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/16/2010
Good food and service. A nice, affordable restaurant for a neighborhood in need of them.