This was a quaint coffee shop/bar with nice snacks and lovely atmosphere. Recommend to track down and visit when you're in town.
We saw other's review & came here for lunch. Food is alright - we had Hawaiian pizza, fries, banana shakes, & the local wine. The service is very nice, a rarity in china. My toddler wanted yogurt but then decided not eat it so I asked if they can turn it into a shake - not a problem. Atmosphere is... More
Great food! The salads, pizzas, pastas and omelets are all delicious! We returned to the place several times. You can also get tips for hikes in the area.
We came here to get some travel advise from English speaking locals. Once we finally found this little gem, we didn't just get friendly, accurate and very helpful advise, we also found the most delicious omelet in town! It's not as expensive as other places that serve local food and will easily get you through a whole day. The place... More
1. Food - very good. We had the big breakfast and big burger and where impressed at how authentic they were. 2. Cost - very expensive. We chose the above dishes but thought the cost was a bit too much. 3. Service - is very poor. After ordering the most expensive dishes, when we asked for a drink of water... More
We had pizzas and burger and it was really good!!! Nice location sitting upstairs with view over the square. Nice staff who spoke very good english and helped us arrange a trip. Would come here again!!!
what more could you want? good view over a small square, good yunnan coffee, good selection of food for everybody to be happy, a little hard to find by self, we went their with our guide Keith and it was a hidden gem, upstairs
Breakfast was so good that we went back for dinner. Wonderful French toast with plenty of banana and apple on the side. Banana pancake was also good. Coffee great. Cheese toasty was up there and the next table of locals were devouring these giant cheese burgers that put the double 1/4 pounder to shame. Sadly the pasta carbonara was lacking... More
Oh, how can I express my love for N's? If you are craving some Western food during your travels in Lijiang, go to N's. It is perched above a lovely cobbled square in the old town. The atmosphere is both romantic and completely chill. Song and Na will answer questions you have about what to do in Lijiang. Favorite things... More
I visited N's several times for lunch and enjoyed the fruit shakes and the generously stuffed sandwiches on delicious home made whole wheat bread. Not only were the sandwiches huge, but they were served with sliced banana and apple. The staff were reasonably fluent in English, and very helpful in arranging transport to TLG.
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