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.
Tea break in Moustache Houze felt just like home, comfy and cozy. I first got to know about this place was thru my friends. Caving in to the hype, I jumped up and asked Chase to join me for tea on this makan-n-relax Saturday. So here we are..
Moustache is located right in the middle of the heritage trail-Campbell Street. Selling a cute concept and its trademark,presenting….the Moustache. While we savor our tea, we manage to bathe in the cutesy café accented by unique decor, murals and furniture.
The laidback atmosphere is also complimented by unique drinks and cakes.