The place was actually quite packed, and we sat outside for a bit while waiting for a seat to be available indoors. Our coffees arrived and they were actually pretty forgettable. We ordered a flat white and latte and both were actually too milky. The coffee tones were quite muted, so for those who don't really like bitter strong coffee, these might be right up your alley.
We ordered a plate of big breakfast and a plate of truffle fries to share. The portion of fries given was actually quite big, alas, it didn't really deliver much on the truffle part. Nonetheless, I was hungry, so I nommed on my fair share of fries. The big breakfast was also quite forgettable, in our opinions.
So, we agreed that the F&B at this place was just average, but it definitely had a nice atmosphere. We moved indoors shortly after our food arrived, and it was a quite a cosy place to hang out (there were low benches near some bookshelves where people were just reading, or using their laptop at the back, and when I popped upstairs to check out the layout, several clusters of friends were surrounded by vintage furniture). The shop also had some pretty crafts and knick knacks at the side of the counter up for sale.
There was a coffee joint within walking distance, but when we walked over, the place was actually closed. I forgot that this was one coffee joint that did not had a fixed opening hours, so, in the end, I drove over to another cafe that was relatively near too. That's for another post to come.