Near Arab street and Bugis, this art gallery and cafe is very popular the young and is usually packed during weekend. The cafe serves a mixture of desserts, sandwiches to coffee and beers
Full house during weekend
Cakes on display
Left - Lemon cake, Right - Sea Salt chocolate cake
I was served to the bar counter as there are really no space when i reached the shop, but i get to see how busy the staffs are and the number of food that were already sold out before 2pm. What attract me more is how the Barista making cups and cups of coffee with different designs on each cup. As most of the brunch and mains are already sold out, i have to make do with sandwiches.
Menu also stated that they serve limited quantity of food to ensure quality
Mocha ($6) - Not too bad, the chocolate and coffee taste are well balance
Roast Beef & Cherry Sandwich ($10) - Crispy and yummy. Filling include cherry sauce cheese, tomatoes, vegetable and beef slices.The cherry sauce make the sandwich sweet yet having a zest of sourly taste, eating together with the beef really make me wanting to have more.The dough is crispy but not very tough to chew.
Red Velvet Cake ($7) - Sweet and delicious cake. The cake is soft and moist, not very dry, really must try.
Price: around $7 onward for food (No GST & SERVICE CHARGE)
Staffs are courteous and friendly, they inform each customers before sitting down or ordering that their food had already sold out or what food are available.
The price of the food is relatively cheap and they do hold certain quality, not on mass production. Maybe the lack of indoor seats is the only thing i do not like, otherwise all are good.
Overall, i had a very good experience and will definitely revisit again, hopefully will reach earlier to avoid disappointment.