My friend and I were waiting for our movie to start, so we decided to grab some lunch. Being a somewhat regular visitor, I'm no stranger to this place. But this time, I decided to have a good, deeper look into Graffiti Cafe.
The noodles are moist enough, not too dry. It comes with fried wanton, and a separate bowl of soup with soft wanton. You can opt for your seasonings - chilli, black sauce etc.
If you are super hungry or just in the mood for some extra wanton noodles, you can order the large wanton set for $4.80. This set comes with a drink of your choice - lemonade or water chestnut. But if you want just enough to fill your tummy, you can go for the regular $3.80 set!
Don't like water chestnut or lemonade? There're other beverage choices as well, such as cheaper versions of bubble tea.
While eating, don't forget to check out the cafe's surroundings - made up of creative expressions. Now, which other eating place allows customers to leave "artistic" scribbles on their tables, chairs and walls?
The downside of this place is that it's a tad cramped. If you push or lean back, you may hit some stranger sitting behind you. But hey, who knows he or she might be cute? ;)
Also, the prices seem to have increased after my first few visits. I understand that the cafe has to cope with the economy, but I hope they won't increase them anymore, lest it drops out "being affordable" especially for youths.
If you think this place is too "young" for you, fret not. You can expect working professionals, especially during lunchtime.
Next time you visit this cafe, don't forget to leave your "graffiti" there (not too much though)!
Date of Visit: Feb 27, 2014
Spending per head: Approximately $4(Lunch)
Keep it up!