As you know I do not really like Chinese food. This Cafe serves the typical sets eg scrambled egg, toasts etc so unless the egg tastes really good I do not usually bother trying.
When I saw the reviews, it was the typical cafe I assumed it was because it had photos of scrambled eggs and pasta.
However the more recent reviews had fries with cheese so that was the only thing I came here for and because it was opened by a local actor Jazz Lam.
They also had chilled abalone slices on the menu and meringue souffle mountain which I would want to order as well because it differentiated them from other cafes.
I really wanted to try the meringue souffle mountain but it is served after 9.30opm.
The set came first because it takes a while to bake the chips, while I was waiting Jazz asked if I would like any water so I said Yes, then he said hot or cold so I said warm.
Anyway he brought over the water which was sweet.
The funny thing was the water was really sweet because the staff put syrup in it accidentally so he got me another cup which he said might be salty LOL.
But anyway that was a sweet and funny experience!
The fork and spoon were interesting as well, the fork was longer than the spoon.
It tasted how it should.
Baked fries with cheese:
The frying oil was fresh as well so the chips tasted really nice. The chips were sprinkled with salt and some spices and it was spotted with cheese rather than smothered with melted cheese on top.
If there was more cheese it would be even better.
The cheese that got burnt on top was even more delicious with the spices that they used.
When I left they had made a meringue souffle mountain for display and they even had professional lighting for it too!
I like the way they have put berries on the surface of the meringue souffle. I really wanted to eat that meringue souffle!!