It is a coffee shop with just a few selection of tasty treats, toasts and buns mostly.
What I ordered was the kaya toast. It is toasted bread sliced thinly and served with kaya spread and butter. (Kaya is a famous jam hailing from Singapore and Malaysia made from coconuts.) To me it feels like eating pan de coco only on a crunchier bread. For 55 pesos, you get 2 sandwiches - not bad.
Too bad I didnt have the chance to taste their coffee selection because adding caffeine to my already excited phase that day could kill me :p
To get a glimpse of what their menu looks like and their branches, view this.