Posted by on Dec 4, 2011 in New York Eats | 5 comments

Hey guys! I’ve been inactive for a while, but I’m back! Finals are soon approaching but I thought I’d share this quick post just to let you all know I’m still here ;D

The Rose House in Flushing, NY is a nice little girly place to visit with your friends if you want a cozy place to sit, drink deliciously expensive tea, munch on cakes and sweets, and chat. The place is pretty overpriced in my opinion, and I would recommend going if you’ve got money to splurge and aren’t very hungry. The inside of the shop has individual private tables, couches, and cushiony soft lounge chairs which gives a really nice atmosphere to the place. Your tea also comes in an expensive teapot, with expensive tableware to match. I wouldn’t suggest breaking anything here, as you’ll probably have to pay for it. I went with my friend a while ago, and we enjoyed their Belgian waffles with honey and freshly whipped cream. For tea, we had a peach milk tea. They have an insane amount of teas and snacks to choose from, along with various combos and specials, but we just stuck with the basics.

The tea was pretty good and I could definitely taste the fruity flavor of the peach, but it wasn’t extraordinary. The waffles however were delicious! As we were determined not to waste our money, my friend and I made sure to use up all the whipped cream and honey that came with the waffles (which was quite a lot in fact) and we ended up smothering our waffles with as much whipped cream and honey as they could hold. Hubba Hubba! Very very satisfying I must say!

What do you guys think? Are you always determined to eat your money’s worth? Let me know in the comments!

Hope you all enjoyed this quickie post!

– Jas

                                                                                                                                                                       Photographs taken by Jasmine Hwang

5 Comments

  1. Dec-5-2011

    i remember that day… i ended up feeling a bit queasy after all that whipped cream and honey hahaha XD

  2. Dec-5-2011

    Haha yea but it was completely worth it I think cause I had fun! :)

  3. Dec-8-2011

    Girls, thanks so much for the cookies! You made my family very happy:) The girls (12 and 13) could not decide which cookie was better (I think, though, that they favored the peach cookies:) What we did not eat the first day ended up in their lunch boxes the next day.
    All in all, a wonderful experience!
    BTW, I tried to find your Twitter connection, but it seems that you are not signed up:) I just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed your treats!
    Looking forward to following your escapades:)

    • Dec-8-2011

      I’m glad you enjoyed the cookies! I had a lot of fun making them and it’s great to hear your kids liked them too!:) I haven’t tried any cookie swap cookies yet (it seems we did receive some) since I’m still away from home at the moment, but now I can’t wait!!!

    • Dec-8-2011

      Ditto to what Jas said, I’m glad that you and your family enjoyed the cookies! Your comment has really made it all worthwhile!

      Also, you can find us on Twitter @ssmunchies. Thanks again for the awesome comment, it definitely made our days. =)

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