It’s early morning on a work day. You spot spinning records and Bloody Mary’s – with or without alcohol. You can pick your poison, or your elixir.
When you enter the café you immediately feel the fifties ambiance from the lamps to the tables and chairs. Then comes the menu. Instead of opting for a classical printed menu, the owners opted to invest a bit more in the design. The doodles of the food and drinks totally worked for me. In terms of content, their menu focused on quality instead of quantity; they have four breakfast options and perhaps six or seven lunch options, but almost all their products are regional and organic.