It was those days when I dun feel like taking dinner. So I went over to the Tea Garden
to have tea instead for a light meal.
This place has been around for a few months now, and it was usually crowded. But i was early that day and i managed to get a seat.
the interior (tiles and wooden walls) brings back the 60's kopitiam ambience.
this place offers some light tea-time delights as well as the usual 'kopitiam' fares, very much like Old Town kinda stuffs but there is also 'tong sui' and some kuihs in the menu too.
It was a hot day, so I ordered cincau soya to cool down.
and Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake)
yea, it might look strange to order such food in a kopitiam-style place....but there is nothing light that i could have other than the kuihs...which i can get 'em anywhere.
The service is OK when there isn't crowd, but when it is full-house, u can expect terribly long waits and the staff will treat u as if u r invisible.