I also went to Salon de Thé. The restaurant is in the french room, and was a gift from France to Norway. It is decorated with green marble and some statues. One illustrates Marie Antoinette. The room was resently renovated by the achitect Kristin Jarmund. She has done an amazing job. The pink cube and the green marble works wonderful together! Wallpaper have even called it a design masterpiece. I loved it, loved it, loved it! When I sat there enjoying my tea, I kind of felt like Marie Antoinette in the movie by Sofia Coppola. That film is one of my favorites! I tried a very interesting tea which tasted like campfire. I realize that it sounds pretty dreadful, but it acctually tasted kind of good. It was called Lapsang souchong, and you should really try it just because it was so different. I guess it is almost like drinking a fine wine, a experience. Only that I love wine, and this was... more campfire-ish... Ida is in Kiel right now, and I am really enviouse, but she deserves it. Anyway, have a wonderful weekend!
Kisses Hannah <3>