HanSo Café in Madrid

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

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Who's clocked in to get work done here

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Web www.facebook.com/hansocafe  

Pro Tips

Great spot. It gets really crowded during peak hours. On weekends and holidays you're only allowed to use a laptop at the large work table.

  • I have to say that the filtered coffee is really good. It’s hot in summer (they don’t have AC) but have big windows. A lot of people works here and I enjoyed my time here. Cheers from Typeform 🙂

  • Very good coffee! They have a long table that seats 10 in the center, which is a very comfortable place to work.

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