Toma Cafe 1



Atmosphere:The interior exudes coziness, with a blend of benches and red stools. Although not overly spacious, it accommodates around 10 to 12 people comfortably. Coffee magazines are available for reading.

Food:They serve buns and pastries, but it's uncertain to us if they offer more substantial food options.

Review:The coffee was exceptionally good. We also shared a piece of banana bread and a kanelbulle. The kanelbulle was a tad dry, possibly due to our mid-day visit.

Get there:Calle de la Palma, 49, 28004 Madrid