The entire cafe is spacious with ample seats for us to choose from. I assume their kitchen is 'open-concept' because upon leaving the cafe, I stink really badly. (which was a bad choice because I had to spend another 4 hours plus in office before I go home.) Other then the smell.. the cafe was cozy and those rattan seats brings back nostalgic memories. I guess you could include this cafe as one of those 'quieter' ones.
I find the food acceptable, nothing in particular fantastic to rave about.
I don't know about you, but Marilyn commented that because cafes are really everywhere now, and the food they serve are mostly mediocre. Cafes lost something that they really stand out. One of Mike's colleague mentioned that cafes shouldn't have reservation system because cafes are supposed for you to relax, not to eat and go. So.. after hearing comments after comments.. I wonder what cafes would really make me go like WOW, YOU MUST GO now.
November 8's selling point to me? Spacious, quiet minus the smelly kitchen. I'm not a coffee fanatic and absolutely do-not know how to appreciate it well though I do drink. So my comments on coffee mostly come from my dining companion for the day.
Anyway, enough of 'talking' here's the food pictures of what we had that afternoon.
//Thank you Marilyn for the treat! <3
|Menu isn't very extensive.
|Waffle with Ice Cream $8
|Slightly lighter waffles, not too bad.
|Big Breakfast $20
Scrambled Eggs with Bacon, Gourmet Pork Sausage, Gourmet York Ham, Premium Smoked Ham, Tomato & Mushroom
|Potato Rosti $16
Freshly made Rosti served with Scrambled Eggs, Bacon & Gourmet Pork Sausage
|Sweet Potato Fries $7
Oven Baked Sweet Potato fries with Himalayan Sea Salt
I thought the sweet potato fries was something pretty unique. Maybe the next time I head back, I'd have a iced tea with some fries and my laptop. Hahaha.
Thomson V Two
11 Sin Ming Road
Closed on Wednesday
Daily 1200 to 0000