Classic American diner-style grilled-cheese sandwiches are the specialty here, along with BLTs, hearty soups, gourmet coffee, and various breakfast dishes in the morning. We enjoyed a well-executed ham and cheddar grilled-cheese - the cheddar was mild but still had personality, while pungent red onion bits gave the sandwich some added kick. The tangy cole slaw that came on the side was first-rate.
Other cheesy options are pork rib with apples and camembert; pork belly with mascarpone; and a color-coordinated mixed-cheese sandwich with avocado, spinach and basil. At breakfast you can enjoy a diner-style platter of bacon, eggs, hash-browns and toast, or indulge in a tempting breakfast casserole of eggs, pork, cheese and onions.
Most seating is at the counter, but there are also a few sofas and comfy chairs. Background music tends towards seventies soul. Sandwiches are priced in the Y1000-1400 range, and come with coffee or tea at lunchtime. Take-out is available.
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