The entrance to the café is really cool, The beverages they serve are to be desired and pricey. There's really no service to mention.
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This is the kind of place that made me nostalgic for being a student since it would be perfect for studying (or intending to study with friends but talking for hours instead). I tried the Lei Cha, which is a Hakka traditional beverage served to...More
Well the venue is charming but the service is very slow, the prices are pretty high for Tainan and they have a weird and unnecessary minimum spend. They are trading on the name and venue alone I'm afraid. Take your photo outside and then walk...More
Thank you for your comment! I do appreciate your concerns,but i must rebuke. Firstly,on a busy day service may be slow,but that is because we are a small cafe' and cannot have too many employees and in actuality the old saying about the best things...More
I was visiting my friends in Tainan for a few days and they took me here. The atmosphere was interesting and a nice respite from the late summer heat. Enjoyed the drinks, but they were costly. The owner does speak English. Made ordering drinks easy.
My hot kumquat tea was good, not better than in other shops, but definitely you don't go to this kind of places to find better-than-average food or drinks. The environment is cozy, welcoming, with beautiful view over the grounds of the Confucius Temple just beyond...More
You cannot stay inside this cafe and just take pictures. You have to buy something for you to stay. Wi-fi signal is good. If you are in Tainan, might as well try this one of a kind cafe. Finding the exact address of this place...More
The main appeal of this cafe is the narrow alley you have to walk through to get to its' entrance. From there, you walk up a flight of slightly wider stairs to a spacious room with rustic decor. And that's where the appeal ends. The...More