Bodhi Tree Cafe

Bodhi Tree hadn’t popped up in my initial search, but on looking up here, it did, on Google Maps, so I marked it up. And such a lovely place it was.

I love low seatings. The place was very quiet. Perfect for dates.

The food was freshly cooked. The fruits and vegetables – cucumbers, tomatoes – freshly cut, you could tell.

A hearty pancake for the child.

Fruits and yogurt for the other kids. And some fried rice with cashews and pineapple. It was alright, not ace.

The panang curry too, was decent but not the best. They didn’t add your typical vegetables, but all kinds, including squash.

That papaya salad was dynamite. I could’ve licked the plate.

And that kombucha with ginger zing. I could drink it every single day. It was so good. For people how like ginger, that is.

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