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In Angers you can eat lemon ice box pie with a amazing double espresso made from pacas coffee beans. The most popular dressers in cafeterias of Angers in 2005 was chocolate-covered potato chips.
Derek Gregory remember that day when he start his first coffee restaurant in at 23 Rue Bodinier, 49100 Angers, France. The business on coffee has a years of tradition ever before First World War the cafeterias and restaurants was the center of cultural life in Angers.
Nowadays almost every hotel or restaurant can serve you americano. For example Iena situated 150 meters from Le Snooker or Le Tablier placed 5278.79 kilometers from L'Abbaye Café.

Here is some historical and current facts about coffee business in Angers:

Most of this coffee is grown in Brazil.
The two most economically important varieties of coffee plant are the Arabica and the Robusta. Other types like ethiopian yirgacheffe are usually the mix of those two.

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Kind in his restaurant with his friend and then in a cafe in the village of Lut, the first place in Belgium to offer that delicious coffee in a delicious and aromatic cup. In 2008 at Angers in Lut in the second half of the last summer, I was visiting some clients who needed a place to eat in an upscale neighborhood.

At the first time I arrived, there was a lot of activity in a cafe in the market district. There were a lot of tables, chairs and chairs were not used so I had to bring my own chair as it is not very convenient for those who have to eat in the coffee machine. When I went back after lunch the cafe was still full of people eating from the coffee machines.

It was not too busy and there were no customers who were eating from the food that I brought. I was not really surprised about the people because it was a cafe, but after a while, I could not eat from the cups.

My friend who worked in the cafe and I decided to try the coffee machine and we found it very useful that way because it made me very thirsty. The next day Derek sent me a letter and we decided on a place of business. Derek and I went for breakfast with my friend and then we started drinking coffee and enjoying delicious foods together. We were both thirsty, but I was able to have another glass of espresso. At the end we decided to go home on a nice evening and had great dinner.

Frequently Asked Questions:

In what ways does the roasting process impact the flavor of our coffee beans, and which of our blends is best suited for those who prefer a fruity taste?

Roasting plays a significant role in shaping the flavor profile of coffee beans. The roasting process causes chemical reactions within the beans that lead to the development of different flavors, aromas, and colors. The heat applied during roasting caramelizes sugars and breaks down oils within the beans, which can result in a wide range of taste sensations, from sweet and fruity to bitter and acidic.
The length of time the beans are roasted also affects their flavor. Lighter roasts tend to preserve more of the bean's original characteristics, resulting in flavors that are brighter, fruiter, and more acidic. Darker roasts, on the other hand, produce a smoother, richer taste with less acidity due to the longer exposure to high temperatures, which causes more oils to surface and creates a darker color.
In terms of your blends, our "Fruit Explosion" blend is specifically designed for those who enjoy a fruitier taste in their coffee. This blend combines beans from Costa Rica and Colombia, with the Costa Rican beans providing a sweet, fruity flavor that complements the rich, chocolatey notes from the Colombian beans. The result is a well-balanced blend that offers a delightful fusion of flavors for those who appreciate a fruitier taste in their coffee.

What is the origin of the coffee beans used at Café Latin and what unique brewing techniques do you employ to create your signature drinks?

At Café Latin, we use high-quality Arabica coffee beans sourced from Colombia. The Colombian coffee beans are known for their rich flavors, balanced acidity, and smooth body. To create our unique signature drinks, we employ a combination of traditional and modern brewing techniques such as the French press, pour-over, cold brew, and espresso machines. These methods allow us to extract the full range of flavors from our beans while maintaining their distinctive characteristics. Additionally, we always ensure that our baristas are well-trained in these techniques to deliver consistent and high-quality drinks to our customers.

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L'Abbaye Café

40 bis Boulevard Ayrault, 49100 Angers, France

GPS : 47.475756, -0.55008299999997

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Rating: 4/5 reviewed: 2024-02-26 by Lane Decker

As a solo traveler, I stumbled upon a quaint alley in Angers that led me to L'Abbaye Café, where vintage records were sold. The eclectic store drew me in before live music guided me through cobblestone streets to a weekly cultural event with local artists performing by a fountain. Exhausted but exhilarated, I followed the scent of coffee to an unassuming exterior hiding a cozy interior filled with warmth and exceptional brews.

Monument Cafe Chateau d'Angers

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Café des Orfèvres

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Cafe St Martin

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Atelier Café

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Columbus Café & Co

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Café .cardinal

4B Rue des Arènes, 49100 Angers, France

GPS : 47.4682268, -0.55002939999997

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Rating: 1/5 reviewed: 2024-02-23 by Julia Parsons

Oh, Café .cardinal, how I fondly remember our brief yet underwhelming encounter back in the day. You know, when my dear sister and I, two famished vegans on a European adventure, stumbled upon you in the quaint little town of Angers, France. We were so excited to finally find a local café that could cater to our plant-based whims! Alas, the joy was short-lived as we perused your menu and discovered the extent of your vegan offerings: a measly salad or two, and perhaps a sad, solitary quiche if we were really lucky.
But oh, how you tried to make it up to us! You proudly displayed your "Vegan Friendly" sticker like a badge of honor, taunting us with the false promise of delicious plant-based options. I mean, who needs meat or dairy when you can have a wilted lettuce salad or a soggy tomato quiche? Really, Café .cardinal, everyone deserves a tasty plant-based treat, not a plate of disappointment masquerading as a meal.
Your patrons, all happily munching on their croissants and café crème, couldn't help but cast us pitying glances as we picked at our lackluster plates. It was a bitter reminder that even in the land of gourmet cuisine and culinary delights, vegans are often left out in the cold.
So Café .cardinal, I bid you adieu with a heavy heart and an empty stomach. May your future patrons find more satisfaction than we did on that fateful day, but until then, I'll be dreaming of a café where the plant-based options are as plentiful and delicious as the vegan population deserves them to be. Bonne chance, my friend!

Le Snooker

10 Rue de la Gare, 49100 Angers, France

GPS : 47.4657548, -0.55739100000005

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Rating: 3/5 reviewed: 2024-03-02 by Lucas Schwartz

As an avid fan of all things caffeine, I've had the pleasure of visiting numerous coffee shops across the globe, but none compare to Le Snooker in Angers. My recent visit to this establishment left me utterly stunned and, dare I say it, slightly outraged at the lackluster service provided by their security team. To set the scene, my colleagues and I had decided to spend an entire day at Le Snooker to discuss some pressing business matters. We arrived around noon, eagerly anticipating the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and the sight of cozy seating areas adorned with greenery. However, our expectations were quickly shattered by the glum faces of the staff, who appeared disinterested and unenthusiastic about their jobs. After placing our orders for various lattes and pastries, we settled into one of the many snooker tables scattered throughout the establishment, eager to delve into some productive conversation. However, our peace was abruptly shattered by a loud argument between Lucas Schwartz, a local businessman I happen to know, and his wife. At first, I dismissed it as just another typical domestic dispute, but things quickly escalated into a full-blown spectacle that left us all reeling in shock. Lucas' wife became increasingly agitated, hurling insults at him with every passing minute until he eventually snapped and retaliated by throwing his glass of water across the table. It was then that the security team, led by a burly man named Tony, stepped in to intervene. They dragged Lucas out of the establishment and into the street, where they proceeded to give him a stern lecture on the importance of maintaining a healthy relationship with one's spouse. As an avid observer of human behavior, I couldn't help but feel anger and frustration at this blatant display of mediocrity on Le Snooker's part. How could they allow such a scene to unfold within their establishment? Don't they realize the impact it has on the other patrons, who are there to unwind and focus on work rather than witnessing marital strife?

The incident left us all feeling deeply disturbed and unsettled, with some of my colleagues even considering filing a formal complaint against Le Snooker for failing to maintain a safe and secure environment. I implore the management of this establishment to take swift and decisive action against Tony and his team for their lackluster response to the situation at hand. It's time they realize that their duty is not just limited to serving coffee but also ensuring the safety and well-being of their patrons. In conclusion, while Le Snooker may offer a decent selection of beverages, I can no longer justify subjecting myself to their less than stellar service. I implore my fellow coffee enthusiasts to steer clear of this establishment and instead seek out more conscientious establishments that prioritize the well-being and comfort of their patrons over spectacle and drama. Le Snooker has failed to live up to its name, and it's high time we hold them accountable for their inadequacies.


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Au Restau-Théâtre

14 Rue Garnier, 49100 Angers, France

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Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-02-26 by Brooks King

As a telemarketer, my job requires me to have a thick skin and an unwavering resolve. It's not easy convincing people to buy things over the phone, but I take pride in my work and believe that anything worth having is worth fighting for. However, when it comes to dining out, I prefer to approach my meals with a more laid-back attitude. That's why I found myself at Au Restau-Théâtre last summer, alone and ready for a leisurely lunch break.

At first glance, the exterior of this cafe seems unassuming enough - just another brick building nestled among the throngs of shops in Angers' bustling downtown core. But as I pushed open the heavy wooden doors, I was struck by the sheer elegance and opulence that lay inside. The decor was a curious blend of old-world charm and modern minimalism; sleek metal chairs and tables nestled among intricate tapestries and ornate chandeliers. It was like stepping into a time machine and being transported back to the heyday of French aristocracy.

My first impression was not entirely positive, however. As I perused the menu, I couldn't help but roll my eyes at some of the offerings. Quiche lorraine? Merlot? These were staples of any self-respecting French cafe, and I had grown tired of them long ago. But then my gaze settled on something more intriguing - a sandwich made with freshly baked bread, grilled chicken, and an array of vibrant vegetables. It was like nothing I had ever seen before, and I knew that I had to try it.

The food itself did not disappoint. Each bite was a symphony of textures and flavors, dancing on my tongue like a ballet of sensations. The bread was fluffy and light, yet sturdy enough to hold the weight of the tender chicken and crisp vegetables inside. I could taste the freshness of every ingredient, each one contributing its own unique flavor to the overall harmony. And as for the wine? Well, let's just say that it lived up to the lofty expectations set by its name.

But what really set this cafe apart was the service. The waitstaff were all impeccably dressed in crisp white shirts and black aprons, moving with the grace of dancers as they effortlessly weaved their way among the crowded tables. And yet, despite their elegant demeanor, they exuded a warmth and friendliness that made me feel right at home. They seemed genuinely invested in my enjoyment, checking on my meal regularly to make sure that everything was to my satisfaction.

All in all, I left Au Restau-Théâtre feeling thoroughly satisfied - not just by the food and drink, but also by the experience as a whole. It's true what they say - sometimes, you really do get what you pay for. And although this cafe might be a bit pricey, I would say that it's worth every penny. If you find yourself in Angers any time soon, I highly recommend stopping by Au Restau-Théâtre. You won't regret it.

Of course, there are always a few minor quibbles to be had when it comes to such an otherwise flawless establishment. The music, for one - while lovely enough in its own right, tended to veer on the loud side, making conversation somewhat difficult at times. And the seating arrangements left something to be desired as well; my table was located rather close to the main entrance, which made it something of a hubbubub of activity during the busiest hours of the day. But these minor complaints are more than outweighed by the many other aspects of this cafe that truly set it apart from the competition.

In short, Au Restau-Théâtre is an absolute must-visit for anyone who appreciates the finer things in life. With its exquisite decor, delectable cuisine, and impeccable service, it's no wonder that this cafe has become something of a local institution over the years. I highly recommend giving it a try - your taste buds (and your wallet) will thank you. Bon appétit!

La Cantina Café

9 Rue de l'Oisellerie, 49100 Angers, France

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Crêperie Gauvin

1 Rue Gauvin, 49000 Angers, France

GPS : 47.4800566, -0.56271709999999

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Rating: 1/5 reviewed: 2024-02-27 by London

I had always heard rave reviews about Crêperie Gauvin, so when my secret lover suggested we try it out in January, I was more than happy to oblige. The place itself was quaint and cozy, with a warm ambiance that felt like stepping into a French countryside cottage. Our server greeted us with a smile and guided us through the menu, which boasted an array of both sweet and savory crepes.
We started off with the house specialty: the Ham and Cheese crepe. The flavors were delicate yet robust, with just enough saltiness from the ham and sharpness from the cheese to leave us wanting more. However, as we dug deeper into our meal, our excitement began to wane. Our salads were nothing special; bland at best and overpriced for what they offered. The main course, the Chicken Cordon Bleu crepe, was also underwhelming. The chicken lacked flavor and was tough to chew through, while the sauce did little to add any pizzazz.
Despite our disappointment with the food, we couldn't help but notice the sticker shock that came with our bill. Our meal for two easily surpassed $100, which is quite a hefty price tag considering the quality of what we received in return. In hindsight, perhaps it would have been better to splurge on something else – like a nice bottle of wine or a dessert from a more reputable bakery nearby.
Overall, Crêperie Gauvin failed to live up to its reputation. The atmosphere was lovely and the service was adequate, but the food left much to be desired. And when the bill doesn’t match the experience, it’s hard not to feel let down.

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