Somewhere along the row of old shop houses in Carnavon Street lies tiny Ete Cafe. The cafe has a small signage and slightly secluded so it might be an easy miss as you are driving along the main road. The interior is relatively simple, with a touch of the old school reminiscence with wooden tables and chairs, unique paintings on the wall and the ceiling fan. Ete Cafe serves a variety of coffee, a selection of cakes and pastries.
Ete Love Cake (RM10.00)
Made with high quality mango and passionfruit preserve sourced from France. On the first bite, you will be able to taste the moist sponge cake with a strong mango and passion fruit aroma. The vanilla cream used enhance the overall taste of the cake. It is rather ordinary for the price that we are paying. Unfortunately there is no wow effect.
Alhambra Hazelnut Chocolate Cake (RM10.00)
The Alhambra Hazelnut Chocolate Cake has an average taste. It has a stronger coffee taste and lighter chocolate taste. The texture is a bit too wet. Unsure if it is intended, but i’m able to taste the bits of sugar sprinkled across the cake instead of the hazelnuts.
Kenya AA Coffee (RM12.00)
It is my first time experiencing the siphon brewed coffee. The freshly brewed coffee is at its best when it is cooled down. It may taste flatter at the first taste but the flavour would soon develop afterwards. The Kenya AA coffee has a fuller and nutty taste.
Food Rating : 5 /10
Environment Rating : 5 /10
Service Rating : 5 /10
Ete Love Cake : RM10.00
Alhambra Hazelnut Chocolate Cake : RM10.00
Kenya AA Coffee : RM12.00
No. 79, Lebuh Carnarvon, Georgetown, 10300 Penang
+6016-439 9209 (Khai Wei)
Opening Hours :
Mon – Sun (Daily) : 11.00am – 6.30pm
1st Avenue / Prangin Mall / Chulia Street
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