Time Out says
Serving as a lifestyle store and cafe by day, this Victorian-chic venue is usually teeming with camera-slinging hipsters and noisy with girly giggles. It is because the place is undoubtedly pretty with quirky caricatures on its walls, plush sofas and pastel-hued decorative. The menu largely borders between western and Japanese with wasabi fish and wedges, teriyaki chicken burger and so forth. For dessert, there’s a bunch to choose from and it varies from profiteroles to creme brulee.