Nicely located near an open park/area and the University. The cafe is fairly well presented with a decent espresso that tasted italian style roasted, yet not overly burnt, and even a little sweet. The cups are the correct size for an espresso macchiato. The barista didn’t speak much english, but we had a body-speech conversation, with milk noises from the mouth. He was kind and friendly, allowing me to make some suggestions on how to make the milk a good consistency, since the standard in this cafe seems to be to use milk that has already been over-whipped and left in the container for an un-determined amount of time. Unfortunately the music was blasting, which I suspect is related to the stream of University students! Looking forward to the lunch!

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