Cafe Secreto is the most charming cafe in Rio. But this place is not just about charm. They also take their coffee seriously. Most of the coffee you get in Rio is bitter, over-extracted espressos from over-roasted beans. Not so at Cafe Secreto.
They also have delicious snacks like pistachio or salt cookies. We love their toasted bread with butter and honey. And someone in our team claims that their pão de queijo is the best in town.
Cafe Secreto Details
Address: Rua Gago Coutinho 6, Laranjeiras (near the Largo do Machado Metro station)
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