- C$18 for C$30 worth of Asian-fusion cuisine for two or more
The din of slurping straws fills the soundscape as enthusiastic customers polish off the last bits of chocolate-milk tea or extract the final tapioca balls from the bottoms of their cups. Others sip intently on fruity frozen slushes and creamy coffee floats, pausing only to laugh at friends' jokes or take nibbles of rice cake. Servers emerge from the kitchen with Asian and Western specialties, including spicy noodle soups and sizzling teriyaki dishes, as well as crunchy sandwiches and juicy hamburger steaks. Come morning, the cooks replace these savoury main-course ingredients with eggs, bacon, and fresh fruit to create hearty breakfast spreads.
Customers perch on cushy black booths in the cozy seating area, where flat-screen televisions glimmer with entertainment such as K-pop music videos. This cheerful space plays host to regular variety shows, when local artists dazzle audiences by singing and reciting poetry.