The decoration is not frantic. A petty-bourgeois cafe surrounded by flowers is very comfortable. I really want to have an afternoon of coffee like this. I recommend matcha cake and coffee.
Went to lien hoa and bought a bunch of cakes because there is no place to sit, so I came to windmills, all the products in lien hoa can only be said to be average, in fact they are not delicious at all. I came to windmill just to have a place to sit and eat desserts in lien hoa. When I wanted to order, I called the waiter several times and she didn't hear it. So the Vietnamese brother and his girlfriend next to me saw that I hadn't called the waiter and helped I called the waiter, and I was really touched. The layout of the store is small and fresh. No wonder young couples love it. Later, when I ordered coffee, I turned to the windmill menu and there were only two dessert cakes. I think the price is not expensive, so I ordered the matcha cake. A bite of the matcha cake was really delicious, and the matcha flavor was light and light. , It is not strong nor bitter, the taste is just right, after eating the matcha and then eating the cakes bought by lien, I have no interest for a long time, it really hurts if there is a contrast. I sat in the store for an afternoon and almost all of them were eating at two stores The cake, hold up to internal injuries. Who told me that I am a dessert lover. At night, I went to find a friend to have dinner, and then brought my friend to the store to buy another piece of tiramisu to take away. In an instant, my friend was also fancied. The waiter in the shop saw me coming again and we laughed at the same time. like_
A small coffee shop with characteristics of Dalat. The decoration is simple but very emotional. There are books on the shelves for reading. The ordering table is made of blackboard. The menu is derived from the design of hand-painted books. The cafe also has wifi, which is a good place to rest. local.
This coffee shop is far away from the hustle and bustle of the city, and stands on a quiet street corner. The interior decoration is idyllic, which perfectly matches the tranquil atmosphere. The desserts and coffee taste good and the prices are very reasonable. The waiters are very enthusiastic, always smiling and communicating with customers, feeling very warm.
A small cafe with characteristics of Dalat. The decoration is simple but very emotional. There are books on the shelves to read. The ordering table is composed of blackboards. The menu is derived from the hand-painted design. Sitting by the bar and watching them make drinks...Look Look, look, look... Suddenly a clerk brought me a cup of matcha! So confused, I said I didn't order this, he said that I like this very much, and hope I will taste it. I found my touch point and happiness point really low. Although it has been very supportive, I drank it.