Multiple durian items are on the menu at this Asian coffee/tea/juice shop. Snacks have an Asian bent to them as well; they specialize in HK egg waffles. The refrigerated cases are filled with fresh fruits, including sugarcane.
- Food: 3/5 – Sandwiches, egg waffles (HK and mochi), bagels, freshly baked croissants, crepes, even beef noodle soup. Mochi HK egg waffle ($3): small pockets, batter sweeter than Eggettes, tiny bit of mochi in each pocket. Egg waffles include filling if desired.
- Coffee: 2/5 – Latte didn’t have much milk, it was very strong and very bitter. They also have milk tea, fresh juices (including sugarcane)
- Wi-fi: 3/5 – 3 hours max, ask for the password
- Ambiance: 3/5 – Cluttered and dark but peaceful, it has a consignment shop feel because it is partly a consignment shop. The owner must like cats because of the cat friendly signs.
- Noise: 4/5 – Very quiet, no music
- Plugs: 4/5 – Power outlet strips throughout
- Parking: 5/5 – Own parking lot in the back but it’s small – if there aren’t any open spaces, you can park on the side street all day for free
- Comfort: 4/5 – Small tables, padded seating, good a/c
- Bathroom: 3/5 – One unisex bathroom
- Art: 2/5 – License plates are on the walls but no original art
Tips: Coffee accessories are for sale and you can rent the egg waffle irons ($5/day). $5 credit card minimum, 50 cents credit card charge for purchases under $10. The sign says maximum 3 hours on the premises, must purchase min value $3.50 drink every two hours.
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