Sa-Tén Coffee and Eats

Row 1

916 Springdale Rd
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 524-1544
Coffee Shop
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Really cool Japanese-influenced cafe. The nori tama toast is so good and I love the jazzy music they play.
  • Everything about this place is truly beautiful. It'll blow away all the stress you have.
  • nice ambiance and vibes. the sausage and egg toast is tasty. still not convinced about price point (~7.50 for heartier toasts).
  • The people NEVER say thank you. It looks as though theyre trying hard NOT to be polite. I like it because I save money. I tip when the attendant is nice. Here... its a guarantee that I save money.
  • The a/c, food & beverage selections, bathroom, & atmosphere are great. The WiFi is solid. The counter help people are arrogant except for one super friendly guy. Get past that & youll love the place.
  • The cold brew is sadly burnt and bitter tasting. I usually prefer my cold brew black, but theirs required cream and sugar to lighten up.
  • The egg toast is an interesting take on an old standard.
  • Lunch plates are fantastic. Also try the Peachy Green drink if they have it!
  • Quirky coffee shop - great for getting some work done!
  • Get the Chicken Katsu plate with a side of curry, rice, and potato salad. This is the quintessential Japanese Curry plate and tastes spot-on!
  • It's cozy, the toasted coconut latte is to die for, and the staff are the nicest people.
  • the chicken katsu is very good
  • Best mocha in town?
  • Cool, but oddly placed, Japanese ish cafe. Some manga in the shelves
  • Small portions of well seasoned and flavorful food. Not a good value for your dollar. Clean restrooms, helpful staff and plenty of parking.
  • Food is good here, coffee not so much.
  • Miso honey sesame toast!
  • I really liked the lemonade, made in house, and the music was jazzy!
  • Great vibe, good food, but terrible coffee. The Iced Saifa is a sickly sweet condensed milk concoction and the drip coffee is burnt-tasting Casa Brazil beans.

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