Now, if I was hungry, and it was lunchtime, I would have loved to try this place. I loved the contrast. A sign that makes it look like the place has been around for a long, long time, yet a fairly newly refurbished interior, as it was a cosy and stylish space, bright and light and open to the street. The menu, and items behind the counter, though made it look like very much a family-run operation, serving casual Vietnamese food. I also found it quite sweet to observe regulars dropping by for their coffee.
But I was just looking for a place for coffee, on Kent Street where I had to drop off something to be FedExed at Mailboxes Etc. I was glad for a comfy place to prepare the papers, and sip a delicious large latte. Having just come back from a trip to Italy where I didn’t like their lattes and ended up drinking caffè machiatto instead, I found this a perfect combination of milk and strong espresso and as a bonus: latte art!