Great atmosphere, good beer, good place. Live acoustic music but not too loud. Friendly English speaking staff.
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Lovely, relaxed cafe with delicious food. I recommend the blueberry and yoghurt smoothie and braised beef with rice, and the potato pancake is to die for! Staff are friendly and attentive, too. I'll definitely come back next time I'm in Dali.
Only went here for late evening drinks. The owner(?) was very pleasant and speaks excellent English although that shouldn't be a pre-requisite. It is very clean and upstairs it seemed a little bit quieter than downstairs where the music from adjoining bars could be a...More
I had the Swiss breakfast (toast and jam, eggs, muesli with fruit and yoghurt, juice, coffee (with refills)) for 32￥. The muesli was more of a fruit salad with a few nuts and oats, but overall this was a very filling and satisfying breakfast, for...More
WE had a great morning here, good breakfast with yogourt and fruit and eggs and salad and coffee and a little juice. The coffee is great, and employees are nice, speak english. Good music, great terrasse also. WE loved it!!
This coffeehouse is a super expensive place, in China pricing matters, altogh, if you're looking for a nice place to sit and have a good coffee break in the middle of the Old City with great atmosphere, it's the place.
I tried breakfast here. It's edible, but seems the menu hasn't adapted to availability of western food in China. Sausage in the breakfast plate is a hot dog.
I went there after several days of disappointing Chinese breakfast at the hotels. I am not accustomed to noodles and vegetables in the morning.... Here you can find different kinds of Western breakfast. I had the Swiss one with fried eggs, musli with fruit and...More