I had passed this stunningly crafted tea house in Boulder before and decided to save it for a special occasion. Nothing seemed better than my mom’s birthday! I made reservations for the afternoon she flew in. because I thought afternoon tea would be relaxing after she had endured the stress of flying!
We walked by, gazing at the decorations, and walked into the tea room. Right away, we couldn’t believe where we were! The entire space was carved, painted, and so intricate that it distracted us from the hostess asking for our name.
Once we were sitting at the table, our waiter came over almost right away with our first tea! He described what he was pouring and told us about the dim sum we would be enjoying. He also asked if we had any allergies or special requests for the chef before he started serving us.
Our waiter brought out new tea for us and an assortment of items ranging from sushi rolls to potstickers and pork bao sandwiches. We liked some things more than others and my mom didn’t like the sandwich very much, but I loved everything! We slowly tried everything and worked our way through the plates.
We chatted about how gorgeous the building was and how delicious our food was. we eventually got up and walked around to get closer looks at all the ornate details while taking lots and lots of pictures!
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