The Harbor Club’s Seventh Heaven food and service review

From: Passing by to see what they have to offer after receiving great reviews. To: Getting a couple pastries for breakfast and afternoon tea. To: Heck! Let’s have breakfast at 7th Heaven at the Harbor Club Hotel. The service was excellent and the food…😍😍😍😍 I recommend..end..end.end!🥖🥐🥤🧀

The presentation of the pastries were…authentic and my buddy and me enjoyed the complimentary samples (The reason we were convinced to start shopping). The service received by the members on shift was BEAUTIFUL! I should have taken the names of the young chef and restaurant service professional who served the food and manned the register. Their smiles were GENUINE and that was a key point in up-selling me in addition to the quality of the lovely service and the take-a-deep-breath-and-inhale great food! I loved the flow of customer foot traffic into their cafe. It said alot to me. Btw…the price for the quality…☺️☺️ affordable…in addition to the WiFi service!
So yes. Man must come back. Thanks @theharborclub. A great first impression.

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