It was a Sunday and we (daughter and I) decided to check this place out for lunch. Based on a recommendation we were told to call 10 minutes before to check if there was a crowd because they don't take reservations. We were told it was ok.
Went into the crowded and noisy place (but quaint) and proceeded to sit on this high table with high chairs with 5 other strangers. Its that kind of place. Very rustic, noisy with people, cooking and washing behind the serving counter, in full view of everyone.
We ordered the steak pie and the eggs with cheese and salmon on a toast. And coffee , of course! We were not disappointed. The coffee was great and the meals pretty good too. There was free flow of plain water which came in a recycled fruit juice bottle.
Then the bill! s$46.55 for what is really decent breakfast. I thought about it. If it was 2 meals (brunch) then it should be ok but this was certainly not cheap given the surroundings, total lack of privacy and the incredible noise. If you were a tourist looking for some rustic place on a lazy Sunday this is it but regardless, you will still get sticker shock no matter which country you are from.
I'd have to feel extremely rich on a Sunday to come back for this brunch. Even Ramen at Tori just down the road will not set us back s$46.55.
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