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Q: What are the best cafes in Suzhou?

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I like bookworm because it doubles up as cafe and bookshop. There's nothing better than sipping on a good cuppa joe while being engrossed in a good book. They also serve some tasty snacks for when the munchies kick in, like salads and sandwiches.

I also really like the Green Room because of concept behind it. Everything is Fair Trade or organic, making this probably the only cafe in Suzhou to promote environmentally friendly consumption, as far as I know. The venue also puts on events like film screenings during the week which makes this a social and conscious-free spot to enjoy a drink.
Address: 49 Pinjiang Road.

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