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Cosy cafe to chill and read. Food was good too!
Great atmosphere, has great coffee. Would definitely recommend to go
Really good environment. Food are definitely amazing. Relaxing environment which is suitable for hanging out with friends at night. Lots of books. Decorations are expressive!
A quiet quaint cafe located in the charming Bukit Pasoh, next to Pinnacle@Duxton. Would recommend the Himalayan salt latte, which is rarely found in other cafes. Portobello mushroom eggs benedict and pancakes with fruits and ice cream are both above average.
Great place for a peaceful afternoon, the book collection is amazing. Must visit if you are an avid reader, you will keep coming back! Good food, though it could have been slightly better. - we ordered the salmon egg dish, mozarella tomato sandwich. My friends ordered different items previously and they had enjoyed their meal a lot. This time our order was`nt great.
Had a great lunch in this cozy cafe, which surrounds you in books. Ordered their lobster pasta and "the works". which was great comfort food on a lazy Sunday. Note you will be seated in close proximity with the tables next to you so privacy is minimal. Service is pleasant. Just a pity didn't have their mains on offer when I was there.
Overall nice ambience, interior a bit dark even in the day. Place is popular with foreigners too, probably due to the exposure of CRA, which was filmed opposite the cafe. Food wise their brunch menu was not bad. Had The Basics and Norwegian Royale. Presentation looked good and tasted delicious.
Great atmosphere and if you like novels, the wall of books here won't let you down! Thumbs up for their smoothie too. However the sandwich we had wasn't so satisfying - the bread on the top was a bit too hard and the bottom one was greasy.
cosy little cafe tucked in a quiet outram street. waited about 30 minutes for our food on Sunday around 11am so I guess kitchen wasn't fully ready yet? the food was great and portion was big and value for money! will definitely go back again!
Had the fish and chips, didn't taste great and the skin was really tough to cut through. The bruschetta was decent, drinks were fine. Table outside was nice enough except for the pounding music from an establishment across the street, and inside the layout was rather cramped and dark, particularly with the table arrangements, so having a conversation with someone is a challenge. Overall would go again on my own if i needed to do some work on the laptop (but not if I need to read printed material) and wanted to get a drink while doing so, maybe not otherwise.