34m - Another creation from hospitality giant, Boubess Group, Cozmo Café...
From Spain to Beirut, Cappucino lands on our shores: take a seat, grab a book and sip your coffee in an exquisite setting.
You can smell the European in Cappucino. While you’d be forgiven for assuming it’s Italian, the brand is actually a Spanish import. An exquisite interior design characterizes the place and it’s the first aspect you notice. And notice. Complete with a fireplace, a bar, a library and indoor plants decorating floor-to-ceiling windows, the place is as inviting as your uncle’s living room. Your rich European uncle’s living room- if you’re lucky enough to have one.
The atmosphere is as shifting as a kameleon. Mornings are usually peaceful and somewhat austere with regulars reading newspapers and quietly sipping their favorite coffee while evenings tend to be laid-back and lighthearted with lunchtime being the liveliest time of the day. Even the menu seems to refuse to conform to any given norm. Featuring three different cuisines, namely American, Asian and European, the only problem you’ll have is deciding what you’re in the mood for. Service is generally friendly though we’ve had the occasional “Monday-morning-syndrome” experience. To top things off, Cappucino has just introduced a new summer menu. What are you waiting for? Give it a try and report back to us, we would love to hear from you!