You got to love a place that has something called the Lumberjack breakfast. Essentially, it's a giant breakfast of eggs, bacon and the works brought to Penang by the cafe's young Penangian owner who lived for a while in Canada. While I didn't have that, I did have a bagel with butter, peanut butter and jam, which was delicious. We also went for lunch, and I had the drumstick with pepper sauce and rice, which is another winner. Interestingly, the cafe as a matter of course service coffee or tea with its meals, a practice that seems straight out of the 50s and 60s. I like it. I also like the general ambiance of the cafe as well as the brisk friendliness the staff shows.
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