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REVIEW: Pangolin Café achieves excellence in craft and spirit (subscriber content)

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Turkish delights at Pangolin Café

Pangolin Café serves artisan confections, coffee and tea. Their specialty is house-made Turkish delights. Th…

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Turkish delights at Pangolin Café

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Linda McNeil December 16, 2019 - 8:21 pm

Very delightful visit on a Sunday afternoon. We enjoyed an espresso, a manoa tea, and of course, the yummy Turkish delights. Will definitely return to taste more. Grateful that Pangolin Cafe is on the corner of S. Virginia and Martin Street here in Reno.

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