Kith is known for its distinctive blend of coffee, boasting of a rich and deep flavour, neither too weak or too strong and without a bitter aftertaste. It boasts of home-cooked original recipes using select ingredients, carefully sourced simple delicacies like freshly baked breads and pastries.
The place is hidden. It took me quite a bit of walking to find it. The restaurant is small with limited seating. The outdoor seating might seem uncomfortable if it is too hot. But overall, the quiet ambience makes it a good place to eat and drink, and just hang out there.
The hotdog was delicious. The sausage was flavorful and juicy. The fact that it came with poached egg was a nice touch. The Big Breakfast was average.
I really like the wide selections of drinks that are available. Coffees, teas, juices and other iced drinks.
Cosy place, away from the hustle and bustle of the weekend crowd. Kith Cafe serves good brunch food! Love the mushrooms and sourdough toast. Service was friendly and the staff added a personal touch to it, asking if the food was okay.
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