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I had seen Triple Lanterns Cafe on a travel programme and had planned to visit Tai O for a long time. We travelled to Tai O yesterday and had the most amazing day. We got a 20 minute boat tour of the village and we...More
Our son located this restaurant while we were walking through the Tai O fishing village. This restaurant is owned by a local sister and brother who offer simple pizza menu items, including vegetarian and is a café style restaurant. Julia and her brother gave us...More
All you can smell around Tai O is fish and seafood, what a great surprise to sit on the top floor watching the sun go down with lemon tea and blueberry cheesecake.
Chatting away with a lady who was just about to leave for UK...More
When visit Tai O, don’t miss the chance to take a tea break at this cafe. I like its lemon honey drink, very special with sour, sweet and bitter taste. You can enjoy the beautiful sunset if you pick the table near the inlet. The...More
Such a glorious discovery late in the day... It was raining cats and dogs as well as blowing a gale when we stumbled upon this hidden gem... Julia was very accommodating, taking our umbrellas and ushering us upstairs to the tiniest dining area I've ever...More
Well worth a visit. Gorgeous views of this quaint little fishing village. Service was a bit slow and the only thing on the menu left was the tuna pizza. We ordered it and it was fine. Pricey though. Loved how removed it feels from the...More
The staff is simply awesome, We came by chance to this bar and we weren’t disapointed! Julia is very simple, she treats you like these guests and it’s a very beautiful place. You have to test if you go through this village. 5/5
It was the perfect place to end out long hike. Beautiful little hideaway from the city and the indoors. It was so refreshing to sit above the water, watching the boats go by and enjoying a cup of coffee. The owner was such a genuine...More
It is a bit hard to find, but it definitely worth the trip! The restaurant is basically a little house inside a harbour village. The view is amazing and the staff really welcoming! We all ordered a pizza (I usually hate pizza) and surprisingly, I...More