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MAGAZINE,May 2003. VOL.3 ISSUE 5
Corner of Jin Hua Road and Hsing Jin Road
Hours: Mon-Fri, 3:30-11pm
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be fooled by the name of this place, the Stable does not have horses.
It is named the “Stable” because the owner, a well renowned equestrian
coach, has a deep love for horses that goes way back, and thus named
her outdoor tea house the “Stable”. The owner herself likes to be
called Sister Chao. Come summer time, the place is filled with foreigners,
for no particular reason other than the natural, unbound feel that
flows through this place – free spirits naturally gather together
here. As a custom, every time I come here I order a pot of Kumquat
Tea ($120). It is the first time I had kumquat tea with plums added;
it has a very unique flavor that just thinking about it makes my
mouth water. To create an indoor surround stereo sound outdoors,
Sister Chao has thoughtfully placed a speaker underneath each table.
The symphony like music is heard clearly from all four sides without
disturbing neighboring houses. I especially like coming here at
night, gazing at the moon and chatting with the outgoing Sister