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My parents and I went around Arab Street for a walk and then under that hot sunny afternoon, we decided to have some authentic Turkish coffee for tea-time. That was my first time ever trying it.We ordered each a cup and a dessert to go along. Was told not to stir the coffee and just drink straight from the cup because the coffee powder is underneath and if you stir, u are drinking along with powder. I guess that is the unique part of Turkish coffee. The aromatic smell coming for the cup with a m
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My parents and I went around Arab Street for a walk and then under that hot sunny afternoon, we decided to have some authentic Turkish coffee for tea-time. That was my first time ever trying it.

We ordered each a cup and a dessert to go along. Was told not to stir the coffee and just drink straight from the cup because the coffee powder is underneath and if you stir, u are drinking along with powder. I guess that is the unique part of Turkish coffee. The aromatic smell coming for the cup with a mixed feeling after a sip. There is a subtle sweetness from it but taste so different from any normal coffee. I love it. As for the dessert, it is a little too sweet, and flaky on the outer layer.

A good experience for those coffee lovers. You can try sheesha there too.
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Date of Visit
2013-11-09
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  • Turkish Coffee