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a lifestyle concept by Gong Cha, with board game available (for fee)
When I first walked pass this outlet on a weekday afternoon, I didn’t recognize that it belongs to Gong Cha, since the signboard actually wrote T Cafe. There was no queue at all, and the outlet looked big but quite empty and the menu list wasn’t very obvious. But I caught the sign on the fridge – it says Gong Cha. Compared to the Koi downstairs in the same building (but facing the street), where there seems to be customers at any time of the day and any time of the week, this Gong Cha outlet is really pathetic.
But it’s a perfect discovery for a customer who wants to have a place to enjoy a cup of milk tea, and not be disturbed. This outlet has just 4 or 5 tables, each differently styled. So you can choose your favourite type of seat and sit there enjoying your milk tea and your own book. The same area is for playing board games, and they charge by per-hour. Compared to those board games café, I don’t see a wide selection here, and because they adopt quite an open concept, you probably won’t get much “kick” from having to play quietly here.
There isn’t much service to expect from here, and I hardly see the staff come out of the counter to clean the table. Given the low customer turnover on a weekday afternoon, this is acceptable, or even desirable – since you won’t get “chased out” by the staff.
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