After our lunch at Preston, we headed to Harbour Town for some shopping, after which we stopped at San Churro for afternoon tea. With its churro making machine on display from the outside, which really fascinated us.
Inside was a decidedly wooden theme, and was also filled with other fatigued shoppers.
We ordered at the counter, and were given a number in which to place on the table.
My companion had the ice coffee, which was served with cream, vanilla ice cream and espresso. He enjoyed the mild but refreshing tastes, and said it really helped him cool down in the afternoon.
My cappuccino came with dark chocolate shavings, which melted into the coffee. It also had a small piece of milk chocolate as an accompaniment. The coffee was quite smooth, and strong, and the chocolate pieces melted into the coffee to give it the slight sweetness that I needed without adding any sugar.
Without wanting to ruin our appetite for dinner, we shared the Churros for One. With three freshly fried churros, sprinkled with icing sugar, we opted for the dark chocolate dip, which was rich, but sweet enough to have in reasonably large doses. It constituted the ideal pick me up for the afternoon.
Price Range: $7 - $20pp