Homemade pastries, or their Japanese fruit mochi (Daifuku) are also great choices if you're going for a pot of tea or ice cold coffee in the late afternoon.
This place is 3 things: consistent fluffy eggs in their sandwiches, decent but good coffee, a cozy place for casual meet ups.
And then there's also a bonus here — it is loaded with a lot of cuteness.
Don't believe us?
Check out their Bath Coffee ⬇️⬇️And the cute Daifukumochi
Then there are multiple options for sandwiches like Kimchi chicken, smoked duck, and chicken ham; all stuffed with fluffy eggs we know you'll love.
And there's also good fix for the hot weather these days — Ice Cube Coffee.
We've tried it and find ourselves ordering it during most of our visits.
If you're here for lunch or more of a heavy breakfast person; we'd recommend you to check out their pasta which are cooked to al dente.
Be it for brunch or afternoon tea, this cafe certainly has a fair range of choices to offer.
Related: Penang Street Food Guide