Colourful vibrancy is packed into the small confines of this eatery, which offers a range of Western food, mostly divided into ‘small plates’ and ‘large plates’, besides a few more yummy sections. Of the latter, the crisp 10-inch pizzas pack in some interesting specimens, such as the Olivite (the evergreen olives and cheese combo) and classic pepperoni with a green chilli twist. Sit back with a thick, gooey Kit Kat shake and bite into the original grilled cheese sandwich packed with a troika of cheeses and the option of adding crispy bacon. Alternatively, the Marza Memi pasta with seafood, white wine, cherry tomatoes, herbs and black pepper, or the classic mac and cheese topped with gratinated breadcrumbs are absolutely lovely as well. Among the small plates, the potato skins with cheese and green onions, beet carpaccio and fresh smoke salmon tartare are of particular note. The mains, on the other hand, pack in choices such as a fragrant, veggie-packed Thai curry with steamed rice, or a stuffed chicken involtini served with creamy mushroom sauce. For dessert, their apple pie is definitely above average.