“Do you have coffee?”
“Do you have wine?”
“Oh my goodness, what place is this?!”
“We specialize in tea.”
Overheard the above exchange just as I was leaving, which I thought pretty much summed up the whole place 🙂
Fortunately for me, I like tea, and I loved the place.
I wonder if it’s a coincidence that the White Rabbit Gallery and Teahouse is not too far away?
After the trip to Cafe Oratnek, I went to Project 107, enjoying the fallen petals along the way.
At the gallery, one of the curators commented how I was taking a “nice long time” to appreciate each work of art. We struck up an exchange on how the paintings done by the artist has the ability to draw one in, especially in his landscapes painting. Left the space feeling very much refreshed and recharged 🙂
House-Cafe 🙂 Very homely vibes – I just wish I had art with my green tea latte.
Something For Jess cafe, before the White Rabbit Tour.
The place is as lovely as always. Unfortunately we had to share a table with some others, and felt judged as we tried to take our less-than-mainstream pictures…
Need to work on: Skin-Thickening.
A very homely cafe, with rooms upstairs and a courtyard, filled with plenty of seats to choose from!
Unfortunately the room felt a little stuffy and musty, hence the decision to sit downstairs instead. I would also have liked the furniture to be a little less… Old?
Good coffee, though 🙂
Such beautiful morning light that day, but…
I guess it was my own fault for trusting a bakery..