Went to another session of Cafe Sketching yesterday, visiting three places namely The Bravely, The Coffee Shot and Petite Menu. Then ate at Lavender Food Square which I heard will be closing down in a year's time. The food there and the variety is fantastic, not too crowded some more during dinner time.
Here are some photos
I like this picture. Yellow, red and blue, the three primary colours for mixing.
That's the door, that with the shiny gold plate.
The Bravery cafe serves good mocha.
That's the namecard of The Bravery.
Next stop was The Coffee Shot.
We just shared a carrot cake here. One person can only drink so much coffee or drinks a day.
Paul showing his phone to the invisible waiter.
Cigar-looking like pen from the 1930s?
That's the address of The Coffee Shot
I heard that Lavender Food Square will be closing down in a year's time.
This was at Petite Menu restaurant.
Exquisite alternate presentation of a traditional breakfast known as Kaya Toast in Singapore. They served in on a plate of rock. The taste and experience of eating something like this is quite unique.
This is some ice-cream chocolate known as the Black Forest. Very earthy looking.
This is part of Faber Castell's Perfect Pencil. It's a pen cap that has a sharpener built it, and of course the cap protects the exposed pencil lead. Works as a pencil extender as well.
You can get the normal version of the more expensive platinum version.
A HDB flat lit at night by floodlights from the Jalan Besar Stadium