Bona Dea Tearoom (3 reviews)
This is long closed and is now the Chic Junque shop!
According to the internet this teahouse is closed.
With each table appearing to have sprung up from a different continent, the Bona Dea seems to suffer from an identity crisis. The food was dried out and over priced. The service was terrible as the servers wore hard soled shoes on wood flooring and sounded like a stampede whenever they walked across the floor. Because of the goddess attachment to their name and the overly done Asian decorating themes,my sister and I both felt physically ill from the negative spiritual atmosphere in the tearoom. The whole experience was one we'd like to forget and will not be revisiting this tearoom.