We were in this area for lunch with parents and decided to hang around here.
Hubby Googled and decided that this might be a good place to chill as we attempt to do some constructive reading for our upcoming trip.
We got a seat indoors as it was too hot to be sitting outside. This place has an “unfinished” touch to it, with its red bricks and cement walls and cement benches. I loved the art piece (Like Clock Work) by the wall!
Service was quite prompt! While hubby went to place order at the counter, one of the staff quickly placed 2 glasses of water at our table – water was from a jug of water with orange and carrot slices, so the water had a lovely hint of citrus flavour.
Iced Cafe Latte ($6.50) was “not bad” according to hubby, which implied that it was actually quite good, since he always say that one can’t tell if it’s good coffee or not when it’s iced and usually just shrugs when asked if the drink is nice. At least this one is “better than the Nescafé Gold Class back home”. I like that the coffee is strong without being too acidic, and it was smooth without being overly milky.
The One and Only Sin Lee’s Fried Chicken and Waffles ($21.90) was heavenly!
The waffle had a crispy exterior and was quite moist and dense inside. Erm… Not quite sure where all the cheddar went though. No cheddar taste in the “cheddar iron waffles”. Heh… It’s still quite delicious so we didn’t really mind. The chicken was very crispy with tender and juicy meat… Yummy! The taste reminded us of Har Cheong Kai (prawn paste chicken) though. The cold slaw was crunchy without being overly doused with sauce. The slightly sweet and sour taste helps to balance out the sinful chicken. We didn’t really like the melted maple butter though – it was thick and tasted like caramel.
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