January 8, 2006 5

Sympathy for the Kettle (NYC: East Village)

By in 03: NYC

DSC08516.jpgPerfect solution~ tea to counter all that oil and fat from hotdog, right next door is a pretty little tea parlor Sympathy for the Kettle. The seatings are very limited. I got Kyoto Cherry Rose with sweets~ 😀 I love serious teahouse like this (way more than coffeehouse).

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5 Responses to “Sympathy for the Kettle (NYC: East Village)”

  1. Joan says:

    This is next to that Hummus’ place which wasn’t open when I was there. I’m missing out!

  2. seat says:

    I love tea too…but tea you can make at home, while coffee-making takes some professional skill, so when I am out I always order coffee…to get the $$’s worth. ^^;;; Well, I like coffee more than tea so.

  3. Freda says:

    haha true you can make your own. Though I think it’s more of the difference of how most teahouse vs coffeeshop setup here. Teahouse are more rare and they’re usually small, quiet and girly and more for 2 people/couple chatting, while coffeehouse are more ‘practical’ single who worked on their computer or more like a hang out place with high traffic and large group of friends. So teahouse has more charm…^^;;;

  4. tomoko says:

    >seat you prefer coffee but you lived in UK? ^o^ haha…
    I wish there was a reasonable tea house around to go! sounds more romantic and fun to go have tea and eat scones

  5. seat says:

    I like English tea more than green tea though I live LONGER in Japan, haha. ^^;;;
    Oh I get what you mean! Tea house does feel more girly and elegant.