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Le Ble. Colegiales.

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1.0 Stars

Viajamos por pocos dias a visitar a mi familia, intento desayunar con mi hijo y nieta en Le Ble ya que mi hijo me lo recomendo. 9 de la maniana de domingo, nadie en el lugar, primera sorpresa, cuatro personas alrededor del mostrador, entramos, como si no existieramos, intento sentarme en alguna mesa ya que todas estaban vacias TODAS SUCIAS, pregunto a los empleados estan abiertos ( ellos poniendonse los delantales ) respuesta SI, digo LAS MESAS ESTAN SUCIAS, respuesta ninguna. Moraleja: nos fuimos a desayunar en un lugar donde pago encantada un servicio que jamas ni de entrada me brindaron en LE BLE, por supuesto ese lugar hoy ha dejado de existir para mi y mi entorno. Es Lamentable que sucedan estas cosas, lo siento por el duenio que ha invertido su dinero y no es correspondido por sus empleados ya que ni siquiera cuidan su fuente de trabajo.

On Sun Mar 20, 2011 | Permalink

The best of the best. »

5.0 Stars

Cutest, coziest corner cafe on a busy street not known for cafes. Exposed wooden beams, big wooden tables, and shelves and shelves of freshly baked bread. That actually tastes great, and is affordable, too. The centerpiece of the restaurant--besides the completely hot staff--is the pastry table. It's straight-up pornographic to watch the cranky and skinny Palermo milfs eying those cupcakes, cookies, and tarts.

The food, ambiance, and cute staff alone would warrant 5 starts, but I'm going above and beyond for the owner to end all owners. In the middle of the busiest clusterfuck of a brunch I've ever seen, he not only grabbed me and my date a table, but we managed to exchange small talk about his divorce and inspiration for opening Le Ble in the first place. They turn those tables in the most pleasant way possible.

On Tue Oct 20, 2009 | Permalink

3.0 Stars
Av Álvarez Thomas 899, Buenos Aires, Argentina


Perhaps the cutest cafe in Buenos Aires, equally influenced by New York and Paris.

Tags: best bread in the city, big tables, breakfast, brunch, dreamy boys, dreamy girls, excellent ambiance, fresh bread, ladies who lunch, lemonade, pastry table, sandwiches

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