Perhaps on the decline, not that we've had a long track record of visiting there.
We just drop in for happy hour every now and then - beer, chips, and fried spring rolls.
But I think the happy hour chips are served in a smaller bowl now (or is that just me?).
Haven't explored much of the menu. Drinks menu stuck on the side of used wine bottle sounds cutsie - but impractical and a design flaw because you have to turn bottle to read; try having the menu repeating thrice.
Avoid the coffee - go to kinyei around the corner.
Sometimes you get hand towels when you arrive, sometimes it's forgotten - depends whether you sit at 'set' table or take over from another party. Service is random. Some friendly staff, others look like they wish they were elsewhere.
Being about the only cafe along the river front (ok, it's not quite the Seine), they don't really make use of the location or create any atmosphere. The tables are either tightly squeezed on the footpath, you're sitting in the dark downstairs, upstairs in the void (but air-conditioned), or on a very narrow balcony.
No matter, it serves a purpose.
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