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.
Miam Miam Restaurant located at one of the most strategic places in Gurney Paragon, beside Ben’s and nearby Pacific Coffee. This french japanese restaurant is known for their famous French Toast served in a unique metal-like bowl with whipped cream and maple syrup to go together. Our wait didn’t go in vain, eventhough it was 11am in the morning, very little guests, it still took about 20-30 mins for them to served this dish. Despite the price and wait time, the food definitely deserve a thumbs up. The menu choices are pretty limited too, but easy to read. If you can’t imagine the outcome, the picture says it all. Another MUST TRY in their list is the souffle. It is also in our to try list, when we have the opportunity to come back.