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Hidden Cafe Retreat: Glasshouse @ Chijmes

Looking for an instagram-worthy cafe? Glasshouse at Chijmes is worth seeking out. The space is bright with natural light, chic light wood aesthetic and artistically littered with greenery to create picturesque nooks. The best part is that it's not just pretty - the drinks and toasts were tasty too, and at approachable prices!

Onto the Food & Drink:

The menu was one page, simple descriptions which made for easy ordering especially for people like me who get caught up in Paradox of Choice dilemmas. I was still caught up between getting the Single Origin Chocolate - Pisa (Haiti 68%) or Oko Caribe (Dominican Republic 72%) but the person at the counter patiently told me more about each, let me try the different chocolates and in the end I ended up blending the two anyways. The hot chocolate was perfectly rich without being too heavy.

A big pro of affordable pricing is that I can order more things to try without feeling the pinch. First up was the Classic Salmon which was a real trea…
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