When we were in Sao Tome and Principe, a new place opened, Café Cesar. We wanted to check it out and we were glad we did. The decoration of this place was great. But it’s an end of the afternoon hang out spot, they don’t have main dishes, only appetizers and drinks. It’s a good spot for adults, but not so much for kids, especially because they have a lot of mosquitoes. But the owner is great; however, the night we went there, she was there by herself, so our appetizers took long to come. But it all tasted so good that we wanted more, but then the supplies were over. We ordered polvo, octopus with onions, tomato, garlic, lemon and parsley. I also had a tosta mista, the sandwich with butter, cheese and ham, and sumol ananás, a pineapple soda typical from Portugal. The decoration of Café Ceasar is very cool, African fabric with coffee beans bags, old artifacts, wood and bamboo. I gave Café Cesar 3 starts and think its definitely a place to visit if you are in Sao Tome and Principe, but do not go with your kids.
The Kritic says:
- 3 starts:
- Good food but slow service.
- I didn’t feel that kids were very welcomed, but I still had fun.
- The decoration of the place is really cool, but it has too many mosquitoes.
- The prices were affordable.