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Angus Hayes
Attended Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Lives in Dubai
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  • Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    2005
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Good coffee, friendly staff, cool vibes, trendy crowd. A rare find in Seoul.
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
Awful. Dull coffee shop in an otherwise cool area. Some obsolete hipster behind the counter told me "if you want to charge your phone, go to Starbucks". Avoid this ghetto and go to Fuglen instead. ✌🏼️
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
Unfriendly and unhelpful people working at reception. Wifi in lobby not working. Avoid.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Good service, fun artworks and a friendly chef preparing impressive dishes in front of you at the counter (tables also available). Hoba Misu Beef was like nothing I've ever eaten - brilliant experience watching ingredients reduce to a refined dish over smoking hoba leaves. Not the cheapest meal in Kyoto but worth it. Reservations required.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
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Coffee was good but snack selection very limited, wifi service often interrupted and music was one CD on repeat. Hipster cafe with room for improvement.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Skip the tea ceremony but get the audio guide! Makes such a difference to your understanding as the guide (English) was richly detailed and beautifully narrated. It also starts while you are queuing, giving you something to do. Performance is flawless, kimonos are beautiful, musicians talented. Loved it. Re seating, I chose unreserved "2nd class" seats and arrived 55 minutes before to queue so was able to select a great seat in the gallery but be warned about showing up late. Busloads of tourists will result in you sitting st the back.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago