First, I will say that the places to sit in this cafe are expansive ... with many rooms, tables and seating options. That part I loved!
What didn't I like? The coffee and tea we had were mediocre at best. I was told by the counter help to choose my tea and bring it over to her (the service was a bit surly) and I chose the aged (three years) puerh tea, which turned out to be just gross in its taste.
The overall atmosphere seemed like it had been charming in years past, but had a forgotten, neglected vibe to it.
We went elsewhere for our second cups and food.
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