We went there a few times, cause the place itself is beautiful and relaxing, everything we drank or ate was delicious, the waitresses who served us were adorable and professional, and most importantly, it's a beautiful social enterprise, which makes the experience there feel just perfect. The waitresses are hearing and speech impaired and the exquisite teapots, cups, etc. used are made by disabled artisans. These are sold in the Reaching Out shop and we bought beautiful stuff.
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