It’s time to a throwback in Shanghai! And, let me introduce you to another pretty coffeeshop called Sumerian, Shanghai.
By the way I found this coffee so easily—even like a no-brainer, unlike Seesaw (see here)! Besides, I couldn’t miss it: a Klein blue bar with coloured stools (blue, white, red. Funny huh?) opened out onto the street, and people working on their laptop over a coffee.
As usual I had a 卡布奇诺* in a beautiful Bodum cup—why change a good thing?—If you regularly follow my blog and you’re a loyal reader you might know what this Chinese words means 😉! I also had a guava juice, seriously amazing, and ask the waitress how to say it in Chinese*. Because no waste of time about learning Mandarin Chinese!! Haha.
♥ Scroll down for more photos about, from the street to the first minute I drink this cappuccino. I was smiling a lot just knowing I was about to enjoy an adorable coffee made with love!
PS: Sumerian is another so comfy and cozy coffeeshop to add on your list if you’re going to Shanghai!
*Guava: 番石榴, fān shíliú.
415 Shanxi Bei Lu,near Beijing Xi Lu. 陕西北路415号, 近北京西路