I went to this Waves for a craft lesson I held in one of their meeting rooms they offer to the public to use. It’s free to book the room, as long as you (and other people who will use the meeting room) to purchase a drink. This is great for business meetings, or hosting a class to teach. Sheepie and I use to use the rooms to teach English to foreign students. However, it’s been taken over by a bigger English teaching group, so I rarely go to this location now – even to buy drinks since the English group takes up the entire cafe (not just the meeting room).
Not all locations have a meeting room, so be sure to check out their website for locations.
I’ve definitely fallen in love with their Rooibos Cappuccino. It’s made like the regular cappuccino, but with rooibos tea. This is great if you don’t drink caffeine (it’s caffeine free), or you simply love tea more than coffee. Sure, rooibos is now available at most cafes, but Rooibos that’s ground and prepared like espresso is hard to find. I have maybe seen 2-3 other independent coffee shops offer something similar.
With a lot of people on the run…especially in downtown, and everyone carrying their coffee cups, it’s no brainer that Waves came up with their simple, yet brilliant lid. Ever started running for that bus that you don’t want to miss, only to end up spilling coffee over your nice coat? I’ve done it so many times T_T
With Waves’ lid, you slide the compartment, and it closes! Keeps the liquid inside the cup, and even keep your drink warm longer.
And then when you want to drink, slide the tab, and viola! A hole!