New look for Tranquili-tea

2015-08-12 06:00
Tranquili-tea personnel (from left) Zanele Bhengu, Slih Jali, Ros Bloemink, Khanyo Zondi, Nancy Ndlovu and Nontobeko Shezi.

Tranquili-tea personnel (from left) Zanele Bhengu, Slih Jali, Ros Bloemink, Khanyo Zondi, Nancy Ndlovu and Nontobeko Shezi.

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FOR the past four years Tranquili-tea has been a popular meeting place for a cup of coffee, chats, providing lots of space for little ones and a spectacular view. That has now changed ... for the better as the new-look Tranquili-Tea opened with a flourish last Wednesday.

Its even more light, airy and comfortable than previously with eye-catching floral mural and striking black and white tables to compliment the attractive new colour scheme. And to add to this delight, the menu has been revamped.

There is a well-equipped play area­ and#034;Funquili-teaand#034;, and maze. Most of the vegetables and salads served are home grown and other fresh produce is sourced as much as possible from local suppliers.

Situated in the grounds of The Country Nursery even the recycled waste is put to good use to assist growth of plants. Tranquli-Tea is an ideal venue for childrenand#039;s parties, birthdays, baby showers, weddings and is open seven days a week for breakfast and lunch

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