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The earlier lunch at Au Petit Salut must have added more than a few kilos to our weight.After trying to walk out the lunch @ Takashimaya for less than half hour, we were exhausted and looking around for a place to rest our weary feet.Jams came into mind and we proceed to the café with much speed & zeal.Ms Quick-Eye found a table for 6 pax in the almost full-house café at the entrance corner (phew!) and we gladly sank into the cushioned seats.We went to place our orders at the cashier separately.
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The earlier lunch at Au Petit Salut must have added more than a few kilos to our weight.
After trying to walk out the lunch @ Takashimaya for less than half hour, we were exhausted and looking around for a place to rest our weary feet.

Jams came into mind and we proceed to the café with much speed & zeal.
Ms Quick-Eye found a table for 6 pax in the almost full-house café at the entrance corner (phew!) and we gladly sank into the cushioned seats.

We went to place our orders at the cashier separately.
Upon returning, there’s were 5 similar cups on our tables. We all ordered the same Southern Mint Tea!!
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I always enjoyed a cup of Peppermint tea. But I loved this Southern mint tea as it wasn't infused with green tea and thus the minty flavour was stronger and more "refreshing". At the first slip, my sense were filled with the lingering mint fragrance. A very comforting and lovely cup of tea indeed!

If I wasn't so full, I would have ordered a warm scone to go along with it! It would perfect the teatime for me!!
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I enjoyed the tea so much that I bought a pack home to savour at leisure!
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Date of Visit
2011-12-31
Spending Per Head
$3.50
Recommended Dishes
  • southern mint tea