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This is a nice place and a good space in which to hang around. Coffee seemed okay but not top-notch; cappuccino too large and with foamy milk, etc. Food portions are generous and interestingly presented. Service is friendly but a little vague.
Lovely atmosphere, mediocre coffee. Been once when in the area and it seems like a real community spot and is popular with the locals.
Tinto was my coffee refuge in London from 2002-2005, providing great coffee and fantastic muffins baked in-house - run briskly and efficiently by Paul Arbelaez from Bogota, Colombia, who's been in charge of the staff since 2001.
They expanded in about 2007 and additionally now have a... Read more
Tinto was my local cafe of choice before Grind opened in Putney. Returned to Tinto today for a change of scenery and was a bit underwhelmed. Wifi broken, different music blaring in each room (mixing awfully where I was sat) and having got used to te coffee at Grind and Sacred - a disappointing cuppa...
Decent coffee most of the time. A little inconsistent. Not much else around this area.
Passed a few times recently on way to jobs and thought it looked promising. Bitter double espresso and can\'t believe how messy a cup could be made in 25 seconds. Won\'t return.
Terrible place. I asked for a double shot latte on soya and got a boiling hot weak frothy cap, will never go back