First of all I must say the restaurant really catches one attention with its name. Was honored to be shared by the owner himself that it was named after his 2 daughters. It also has a meaning to him as he went against all odds and even sold his house to fund this restaurant business, the "can do" spirit which alot of us should really learn from.
From car plates from US states to roman helmets to nazi headgear to golden record labels to variety of musical instrument...these were just some of the very nostalgic feel decorations you can find in the shop. In my opinion, just running thru each of them with yr eyes will probably take you hours I kid you not. We were told the highlight of the deco include the very old look standing hair steamer which is just placed beside a white metal sliding gate. Yes there's a old school sliding gate in the shop.
Furniture wise was non uniform ranging from sofas to glass tables to small tools and old school chairs, but it perfectly blends with the vast variety of interior deco. The owner also shared that they are gaining increasing popularity as a wedding photography option. I could simply understand why just looking at the efforts in dolling up the place.
For drinks, I tried the sunset boulevard which taste like a fruit version of ice lemon tea. It was nice and refreshing, served in one of those cool glass mugs.
I also like my mains - chicken curry with bread. The curry reminds me of Steam Sia version and is served in this nice saucer with a matching porcelain pot. For $10.90 it's not the best but good enough for me. My other guest who tried the pasta wasn't too impressed though but we are agreed the place's design do make up for it.
chix curry with bread
Food dun seem to be a main focus here as it was hard to tell what cuisine they specialize in but u do see a couple of interesting drinks and dish name on the menu.
I would recommend this for small group gathering of 3 to 4pax. And I'm sure you can be free from the usual noisy diners blabbering/chats and enjoy nice cosy conversation with friends.
Date of Visit: Oct 24, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately $18(Dinner)Other Ratings: