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The Tea Farm Cafe

July 19, 2013
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Welcome to our new MVNP intern and contributing writer, Amanda Kam. She’s currently on summer break from Mill’s College where she’ll be majoring in business economics. For now, she’s home catching up on family time, playing tennis, baking brownies (we haven’t tasted any yet—hint!) and honing her photography (and tea-drinking) skills.

Amanda Kam at The Tea Farm

Most people need their coffee fix, but I prefer tea. Luckily, I discovered The Tea Farm Cafe located in Puck’s Alley, just around the corner from my mom’s hair salon (my home away from home).  In February of 2011, I remember wanting to check it out as soon as their “Grand Opening” banner was up.  Thank goodness I did!  I love it there; it’s located in a convenient spot (right below the University of Hawaii at Manoa) and it’s a great place to study, hang out with friends or catch a break from your busy day.

the-tea-farm

The Tea Farm Cafe is a fairly new hot spot. In just two years, the cafe has gained many devotees and continues to satisfy newcomers with their refreshing teas (Green tea, Chai tea and Puerh tea to name a few), sweet treats (S’mores, heart shaped ice cream, and green tea latte), and yummy meals. My sister Ciara and I tried their Chicken Pesto sandwich and Smoked Salmon Croissant shown here. NatHI tip: Get their Green Tea Latte. Yum.

My-sister---Ciara

Chicken-Pesto-Sandwich-with-Caesar-Salad

Smoked-Salmon-on-Croissant

:: The Tea Farm  |  2600 South King Street #106 (Puck’s Alley) Honolulu, HI 96826  | 808-945-2679  |  theteafarm.com  | Instagram: @theteafarm

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