Friday, November 1, 2013

Scribbles and Coffee

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Topshop tee and cat print skirt; Vincci flats; Charles & Keith bag

Funny how this little cafe is located just behind my office and this was the first time I went there. I've passed by Scribble Garden Cafe too many times to count but never went in. It's a cafe that also sells clothes in a section of the premises.The thing I that got my attention and what I like the moment I stepped in was the space. It is so spacious without the cluttering furniture as seen in many "hipster" cafes in town. The menu isn't big, as with its competitors but it serves as a place to relax and unwind after a long day or just sound the day away on a weekend. It's the usual coffees and sandwiches - you can choose from either a panini or croissant with a tuna or chicken ham filling. The food is not bad, I recommend the doughnut with ice cream. I don't know if we were too hungry that evening after wor but the doughnut tasted especially delicious topped with ice cream and drizzled with maple syrup. We wolfed it down before our salad appetizer arrive lol.

The setting is very calming with the tables and chairs set further apart than most so you can enjoy your personal space with your friends, and I really like that. My favourite part of the cafe though, is the collection of toy soldiers neatly arranged on the shelves. Each table has a stack of magazines (Nylon, Vogue Girl) but in Korean, and classics like Enid Blyton books for you to choose from. There's also book shelves filled with reads you can to go through.

Girls (and guys) will be happy to know that there are quite a few spots in the cafe to take nice pictures in! :) A very charming place to hang out in but do note that they close at 8pm on Sundays.


Love,
xiang yun

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank u for the lovely post. We will work harder to provide better service for our friends!

Cheers,
Scribble Garden