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Monday, 24 October 2016



My friends and I really liked the bingsu dessert here, especially the strawberry flavor. It also looked exactly like the plastic replica at the counter. :)

I was not a fan of their coffee drinks. They do not serve it in actual cups as depicted on their banners (complete with latte art); instead it was served in a paper cup and tasted burnt, at least the day of my visit.

My friend "kept" the bingsu bowl because he liked it so much. On a subsequent visit, I noticed a sign by the trash that read, "Please do not take bingsu bowl"! D'oh!


Sounds like a little nice shop to hang out and grab a bite


Wow, hardly ever does the plastic representation look like the final product, although based on photos online, the majority of presentations are beautiful, cc. One my hot misugaru's tasted burned; now I wonder. Perhaps the reason for no real cups is now the same reason there is signage about the bingsu bowls...
It is a very nice, quite large place, Bill. There are a great variety of items to choose from- sweet and savory. A little different 'mood' than a Starbucks.

Lynn @ Oh-So Yummy

hmm, I always thought this was a coffee shop only so never stopped by, but that drink and dessert setup looks so tempting. may have to pop in for sandwiches and waffles if I ever have an open lunch break.


Caffe Bene is a good choice, Lynn. I've tried to avoid chains (New Year resolution) but this unique location with unique choices is quite nice.

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