The restaurant is in the same plaza as T&T supermarket, so it’s pretty easy to find parking. Inside, you’ll find dark walls, hanging light fixtures and a refined taste in décor compared to a lot of Chinese cafes. Their menu focuses on afternoon tea and late night snacks. You’ll find lists of flavoured tea options, shaved ice, milk tea, snacks and a few main dishes. I came here with my family, grandparents, aunt and uncle.
We ordered quite a bit: fried chicken wings, red sausages, bowls of noodles, a plated of fried pork chop and rice, a few brick toasts and a few drinks.
The hot dishes came out pretty quickly, but surprisingly, we waited a while for the brick toast. Anything that was deep fried was very different than what I’ve had before.
The batter or the crust was super crunchy and deliciously flavoured. Next time I’ll check out the shaved ice and other desserts on the menu. It also seems like it would be a great place to do some school work or to kill time. Nice, chill environment.