This quaint little café takes you on a Parisian culinary voyage in the two odd hours that you spend here. Living up to its name, the subtly flavoured and tastefully presented cuisine is a ‘pleasure’ for all the senses. The two-level, street-facing restaurant has an alluring patisserie counter, a menu written on an old-fashioned blackboard in chalk, and glowing customer reviews on post-its dotting its walls. The gourmet sandwiches are scrumptious and filling – try the croque madame with thick slices of ham, cheese and a runny-yolked fried egg resting on top of a butter-fried toast. If you are in the mood for something rich and creamy, we would recommend the mac and three cheese. Think hot al dente pasta smothered in parmesan, gorgonzola and smoked cheddar – like a party in your mouth.