Its name will woo you. Once inside, the interior will throw you off a little. The front bit of the place has a somewhat European ambience of this eatery will make you think of an elaborate Parisian café in the 1980s while the back portion of it has a contemporary, artsy, woody sort of feel. Love Bites offers, as they call it, fusion cuisine. From its menu, it’s easy to discern what they mean. There’s a twist to their Western dishes such as Quiche de Sambal, hot and sexy ribs, pasta, along with rice and noodles. Although, what seems to mesmerise patrons of this little restaurant is their Love Toast that stands at more than four inches tall and seems to be filled with a mixture of ice cream, fruit, nuts, crepes and white chocolate sauce, depending on which flavour you choose. It seems, it will be love at first bite with this dessert that needs at least 30 minutes preparation time. Love, they say, comes to those who wait. So, be sure to practise patience!