Old-fashioned ice cream made the old-fashioned way. The most popular item would be the Ice Cream Sandwich here. It consists of vanilla, coffee and coconut ice cream folded in between wafer layer. It's a small amount, so you have plenty of room for other treats.
Another one you might want to try is the Ice cream bricks. It comes in many flavors, we tried Mango and it is quite a disappointment! Taste fake for this one. Would recommending trying other flavors instead.
The restaurant also serve simple hot dishes, such as noodles and sandwiches. We didn't try, but wouldn't expect a lot from it.
Environment and service-wise, it's not excellent but not bad either. Considering how is a family business (I think), service would be simple. Waitresses were not rude either, but you'll see them sitting at a table chatting away.
It's on the way to St. Paul's ruins, so be on the look out for it!