It is a small, but cosy café with warm, wooden interiors and a decidedly laid-back atmosphere. A small seating on the veranda (right on the street) doubles as a smoking area. The menu is wholesome, and playful – stuffed omelets, robust burgers (among the bestsellers here) and sandwiches, hearty salads and cup soups, and a range of quick bites including the krunchies, an in-house innovation of thinly sliced bread saucers, grilled to a crunch, with toppings such as sweet corn and chilli pork pepperoni. The soy-honey chicken wings (a little sweet) and the smoked pork and bacon sandwich are particularly good. Wash it down with some lemongrass and ginger tea or Kashmiri kahwa green tea (after all, it is a tea café). For dessert, there is grilled cake, another quirky house specialty that comes with toppings such as honey, jam and Nutella, or ask for the day’s specials.