2602 Waugh Dr.https://www.campesinocoffeehouse.com
Found this hidden jewel…. (yep! You guessed it) on Google. Searched up coffee shops and this one popped up on my way to work. I saw the images online and the reviews. Pictures were nice and reviews were pretty good, average 4 out of 5 stars on Yelp. So, I set out to taste and see it for myself.
Let me just tell you, the pictures do not do it justice. It’s clever how they converted this bungalow into a coffee house without losing the beauty and charm of the home. It’s small and cozy ( maximum occupancy 60). Very quiet, and very friendly. Just very cute!
I ordered my usual vanilla latte, and let me tell you, it was delicious!! I usually like my coffee on the sweeter side and with soy milk, but they didn’t carry soy, only almond and coconut. So I did regular milk instead. I don’t know what the barista did or how she churned the milk but it was super creamy on the top. One of the best latte’s I’ve ever had!
I also ordered a piece of pan dulce (spanish for sweet bread). The guy behind the counter asked me if I wanted to have it warmed up, and I said sure! So I thought he was going to stick it in the microwave. But to my surprise, he warmed up in the small oven. I don’t think I have ever had my bread warmed up like that. Very tasty to say the least.
Total cost: $6.48. About average on what you might pay at any local coffee shops these days. So, to me this is a luxury that I will do on occasion.
Conclusion, If you are ever in the Montrose/Westhiemer area, stop by this quaint, unique place. You wont be disappointed!!