It is one of the oldest survived family run HK style cafe with genuine retro typical Hong Kong 60s style decoration with titled floor and old furniture. This kind of cafe appears in old HK and western movies of the 1960s. A lot of this kind of cafe has been pulled down and only a few survives these days. You visit for the sake of nostalgia. There are two storeys. The window tables on the second floor give a good view of the Temple Street Square and Temple Street. The food is just so so and so is cleanliness and the toilet. Usually I just go for an afternoon English tea with a toast with jam and butter. It is a good place to get a drink or snack before or after you go to the nearby Broadway Cinematique cinema or the Temple Street Night Market.