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Q: where have the quite coffee shops in tianjin

nice and quite coffee shops

6 years 44 weeks ago in  Food  - Tianjin

 
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Well done. You answered your own question.

 

Cafe Story is the worst cafe in Tianjin. I've heard that the owner spits in every coffee personally. He also uses rats milk instead of cows milk and all the sandwiches have AIDS.

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Sandwiches can have AIDS???

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Not sandwiches, wrap paper .

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It isn't so much the sandwiches as much as it is the "special sauce"

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Well done. You answered your own question.

 

Cafe Story is the worst cafe in Tianjin. I've heard that the owner spits in every coffee personally. He also uses rats milk instead of cows milk and all the sandwiches have AIDS.

Shining_brow:

Sandwiches can have AIDS???

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Not sandwiches, wrap paper .

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It isn't so much the sandwiches as much as it is the "special sauce"

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quite coffee shop??? Do you mean quiet?  Heard Tianjin isn't a very quiet place of lateindecision

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Just go there, never mind grammarangel.

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quite coffee shop??? Do you mean quiet?  Heard Tianjin isn't a very quiet place of lateindecision

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i was there about a year and a half ago

It was dead inside, except for myself and the couple of friends i went with.

a few locals arrived and proceeded to attach themselves to our group.

I did not want to return.

 

PS to the OP - great spam ! 

Hotwater:

They do Spam? Wow! I'll definitely be going there. I love a bit of spam on my sandwiches. 

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@Hotwater.

even the spam is fake 

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Try the one next to the port.

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