A small and cozy place for Coffee, Smoothies, Sandwiches, Burgers, Wraps, Pitas and Ghanaian favorites. When we were there on a late Saturday afternoon, there was construction going on in one of the premises. The staffs are friendly and greeted us warmly at the entrance. Since it was quite warm outside, we chose to sit indoor with air-conditioning. As we were in a group, they quickly set up the tables for us.
We were given the menu and were informed that no pastries were available for the day due to the construction of their premise. Hence, we settled for some coffee and cappuccino and ordered a Wraps with Avocado and Sweet Corn. There is some specialty coffee such as Spicy Iced Mocha and their menu on smoothies is quite a long list too.
Coffee and food are good. We just need to wait a little while for the complete orders to be served. When the staff was brewing the coffee, it indeed smells so good.
The staffs are very friendly and warm. They greeted us in the Chinese language but upon knowing that we are not Chinese nationals, they inquired where we were from and requested us to teach them some of our greetings in our local language. They made us feel at home for a moment when they tried to speak our home language. And they speak it so well and fluently.
To the friendly team of staff, the following are the summary of the greetings that we taught you:-
Welcome = Selamat Datang
Hello = Hai
How are you? = Apa khabar?
Thank you = Terima kasih.
You are welcome = Sama-sama.
Good bye = Selamat tinggal.
Upon leaving, one member of the staffs distributed a menu list and advised that we can call them up to order the food. They shall then prepare the food and we can collect them upon arrival. This saves the waiting time. We will be back to try their freshly baked pastries and cakes.
They are open from 7.30am to 7.30pm from Monday to Saturday and close on Sunday. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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