Went there on as Saturday evening. Sit down with a friend for a cup of tea. Do not ask for another cup to cool off the tea as they will call the boss for approval" I will get fired" whimpered a young girl. In the end they will charge you supposedly to prevent tea sharing. Knowing this place is mostly frequented by students, it shows the length the owner will go to ensure profit. The cakes have similar flavoring - the jamaican, the tiramisu, the baclava, etc are very sweet. Got the eclair was ok although perhaps a tad old, the rum babka (?) dry and old. The gelato " hazelnut" tasted mily like the one at the mall. The croissants taste good when fresh. In a nutshell living in Boston you take what you can, choices are limited and mediocrity should suffice.