THE GRIND: No. 149
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The cosy atmosphere of the restaurant and the always delicious, freshly prepared food gives a feeling of home. I also very much like the design of this restaurant, as it follows the style of the ancient Crimean Tatar town of Bakhchisarai. As you can see in the photos, carpets, ceramic plates on the walls, and special cushions for sitting have traditional ornaments of Eastern cultures.
What struck me most about The Neighborhood Café was its laid-back vibe. The place is small, with only about 5–6 tables inside, but they've got some cosy patio garden tables outside too. It felt like we were hanging out in someone's backyard; it had that homely charm to it.
The Choco cafe is an ideal place for tourists when visiting Da Lat train station. The Choco has a quiet space where customers can choose for themselves a corner to work, or chat with friends. The classic and cosy atmosphere of the restaurant brings relaxation to customers.
I find the impression here is just its name, the outside setting of this cafe is in a rural style, taking nature as the focus, trees, tables, and chairs are all in a minimalist style, Looking from the outside, the shop is not spacious, not bustling, not shimmering with the lights like other cafes, if for young people who like a beautiful shop to take pictures, this shop has the opposite style, for young people.
The coffee that I drank this time was Gayo Arabica Coffee, which was roasted in the super-dark category and ground to a semi-coarse powder size. It has been boiled at a temperature of more than 90 degrees Celsius and mixed with super-fine filter cloth of the non-machine category.
It was good to step out of my comfort zone and try a different coffee. I would have another macchiato, but I need to gen up on all the different coffees first, so I don't ask for a child's drink again.
It has been three years since the last time I had coffee from this brand, Exelso. These days, I am mostly more into fresh beans from Starbucks and into exploring exotic beans that I didn’t get to try in the past.
I moved without thinking and hit my coffee cup. The coffee spilt on some parts of the keyboard and mouse. The coffee was hot, and I knew it. I quickly grabbed a towel and tried to clean the liquid as much as I could.
I was visiting a café that I have known for a long time, called Bucko Café. I was looking forward to meeting the administrators of this place, with whom I have a beautiful friendship, but I was not lucky. However, I was able to enjoy a delicious coffee and very pleasant facilities.
I decided to make a delicious cappuccino homemade style, since my son asks me every day to make him mochaccino or cappuccino, depending on whether or not I have chocolate in my pantry, he loves the mochaccino as well as me, I tell you that the coffee addicts are my son and me.