I used to consider this as my favorite resto back when i was in gradeschool and highschool; I really love their food, my personal favorites include the lengua, roastbeef, churros, and all their other pastries specially the napoleon, im not sure if thats the right spelling but i really like their flaky pastries. Their food is great, no actually perfect, and filling, and totally worth it:)
Dulcinea. It has most everything. Concept. Marketing edge. Cuisine. Food. But if there is one thing I must...be critical about... it would have to be service. Are these staff trained? It is truly a big waste that some of the staff fail to deliver the service that should be expected, given that every other aspect of the restaurant is superb. Their champignon al ajillo? Good. Su callos? Bien tambien. Su salpicao? Estopendo. Sus churros? Ay, el mejor en estas islas si creo corectamente. And their pastries? Tis a shame that it is disappointed by staffing. Perhaps I can serve the chocolate con churros on my own, if that's the case.
Favorite place for short business meetings, the place is not that noisy. Preferable for sharing coffee while having a repartee, munching on their delicious cookies and well designed breads ( like it in small sizes). I like sweets. I can say that they have the best cakes too in different unique designs and flavors.
dulcinea in tomas morato is a cozy 2 floor restaurant that provides good homestyle cooking. Whenever I stop by dulcinea, I always get the churros which for me is kind of addictive, specially dipped into the chocolate. Another favorite is the beef salpicao. Service however, differs quite a bit between the first and second floors. If you want quick service stay on the ground floor. If you don't really need much from the wait staff and want your group's peace and quite take the upper floor.
One of the breakfasts I've ever had.