There are a variety of fresh juices on the menu, like the cucumber juice (NT$120) and lemon juice (NT$150), but the real gems are the teas. The brown sugar galangal tea (NT$150 per cup, NT$200 per pot) tasted like your typical sweet milk tea but with an added zest of ginger. If milk tea is too heavy for you, the lemon-yogurt tea (NT$200 per pot) is more delicate with just a touch of creaminess. And for dessert, the cheesecake (NT$180) is what drew the most oohs and aahs. It’s creamier than most cheesecakes and has subtle hints of orange in every bite.
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