Situated under a waterfall, this was a cool place to escape the heat. The food (primarily locally grown mushrooms) was OK and service well organized. However, little English spoken and the descriptions of the dishes was marginal. What sounded good all looked alike and there was little variation in texture, color, etc. If you go there (and the Nan Lian garden and adjacent convent are well worth visiting), walk around the tables and point at what looks good. They really need a pictorial menu. Also, there is a minimum charge of about $12, so don't go just expecting tea.
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