The truffle fries are really fragrant and you can taste the truffle oil, not just smell it. The eggs benedict were decent but not memorable. Prices were GST and service charge-inclusive already, which I appreciated. Nice and chill ambience. Went during weekday non-peak hours so I can't comment much about service since there weren't many people.
Service was too slow, I waited almost an hour for the egg royale. As a chef myself, i know that this dish wouldn't take more than 15mins to put together. Even if the cafe is very busy it shouldn't take that long. But overall the food is good and worth a try.
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