The Confitería Las Violetas is a famous bar, teahouse and confectionery located at the corner of Rivadavia and Medrano in the Almagro neighborhood of Buenos Aires. It belongs to the group of "Bares Notables" of the city. It was
A place with a welcoming decoration taking you to another place: pillows on the floor, the light of candles, the music...
Tasty infusions, smoking pipes, cocktails... I loved it!
On Thursdays at 22:30 you can enjoy a free
This was one of the coolest experiences. It isn’t your run-of-the-mill teahouse, but rather a small paradise where you can enjoy tea and Arab sweets while you relax and soak up the environment. It’s a small palace with decorative
It was an experience that you shouldn't miss out on if you're traveling to Cairo, it's after you pass by the craziness of the super famous Khan el Khalili Bazaar and do some shopping. Stopping here to have coffee or a mint tea on the
This a tea and smoke a hookahteahouse has very typical décor and very comfortable armchairs where you can have a tea and smoke a hookah for hours. The staff was very nice to us and even we had a chat with the owner about Morocco. 3
Possibly the best place to enjoy a typical mint tea in the Moroccan capital. It usually comes with typical side dishes and all for only a little more than one euro!
I think a visit is mandatory if you're passing through the Kasbah to
Caribbean cafes are quite unusual; they are designed for men (although women are also welcome), as all the waitresses are dressed in miniskirts - very, very short. The specialty here costs 40c, and is half-hot milk and half-coffee.
La Española Bakery is one of the most famous and touristy bakeries in Tangier. It is on Rue de la Liberté, which we got to from the Grand Souk by going down the Boulevard Pasteur in Ville Nouvelle (new town). La Española is actually a
Going up the road to the fort of Meheranghar you should stop at one of the food stalls calm the hillside. Most have balconies with great views of the city, and offer a drink typical of India. The lassis are like a spicy liquid yogurt
In China, tea is an institution. The drink is native to the country, and was exported to Europe for the first time in the seventeenth century, where it was popularized worldwide by the English. Tea is grown in southern China and
Do not leave Sousse without trying a delicious mint tea. A secret blend of green tea, cardamom, sugar and mint makes a delicious tea. Accompanying it with a hookah fruit or candy or a date cake is the best way to end the evening.
We actually were having dinner here just one night and found our favorites to be the Moroccan dishes because the pizza was pretty normal, and with a doubt the tahin was delicious. It wasn't very expensive, around 15-20 euros for two
This is a mixture of exotic flavors and odors in the heart of the Caribbean. Walking down Fifth Avenue you can find this tiny boutique tea shop. You can have a cup of tea, cold or frozen, depending on the climate or how you feel at
In search of a snack, my friend took me to one of the best bakeries in the center of Roanne, the stylish and modern Clarissou Bakery. The place scared me with its modern design, both decor and bakery and somewhat cold atmosphere... it
The Theobar is not far from the city centre, next to Amerigo Vespucci street. It serves coffee, drinks, cakes, and especially tea - a wide variety is on offer. You can also enjoy lunch here. I really like it: it's cozy and friendly,
The tearoom Al Kasbah is an alternative to a traditional pub, as well as a traditional Asturian restaurant. It is very close to Plaza del Ayto, within the town, and is a good alternative for a change of scenery and good tea.
For me, passing by required a visit to the Dalias. Located in the center of the market you can relax with a delicious sweet Moorish and Arabic sweet. The prices are not excessive: 3 euros and 2-3 euros tea cake and is worth it just
The ladies of the city come here with shopping bags, for a tea with a slice of cake or a snack. It's a classic tea room with a nice terrace overlooking the apse of the cathedral, now under construction. The "moelleux to chataigne" is
While in Seville there is nothing better than visiting this huge tea shop in Santa Cruz, located in a XVI century palace built by a Viceroy, where there once stood a large house of Arab and Roman baths.
On these remains is this
I had never considered what an English tea room would be like, but if I'd had to imagine it would be like Bettys. I fell in love with this places as soon as I saw it and I simply had to have a cappuccino with a slice of lemon cake,
In the heart of Sultanahmet, near the walls of the Topkapi Palace is this restaurant-teteria. It's very cozy and central with very competitive prices (0.50 euros for Turkish tea, shisha 3.5), you can also dine at a good price. The
One of the most public teahouses and that's located at the beginning of the route of the artisans. You enter at the Boujloud square and cross down (60m), turn right, and right there are a couple of small restaurants (also on the