Capitol Piazza had been recently renovated but it was only until when I needed to have my laptop serviced in Asus did I come across this place. I was quite surprised to see that the interior was very inviting, simply elegant, not the crowded place to dine in at (which is really a plus factor for me, I hate huge crowds), very spacious and bright. It was a relaxing ambiance to have a leisurely stroll at. Right when I got in, I was feeling hungry since it was almost lunch time but I would not want to eat the usual hawker food, food court and the likes and I opted for something I haven’t tried before. I spotted this Tiffany themed cafe and did not think twice to give it a try.
I sat myself in on one of the cozy corners where beside me were also girls that couldn’t wait to order and try the food, I guess most of the people dining it at this time were ladies! haha.
I think I anticipated it, given the venue and the location, that of course, cafes like this are normally expensive, but hey for the sake of trying, I do not mind paying for it plus the fact that it’s food I am paying for, so might as well try than get curious.
I honestly do not know what to order since at that time my palate had no craving for anything, which was out of the ordinary, so I just went with poached eggs on brioche with cream spinach and parma ham finished with hollandaise and micro herbs.
As for the drinks I went for the Fresh Kiwi Juice which costed me SGD 7.00. Hmmm honestly, it was very average and I do not get why this meal would cost me that price. Since I can order the same brunch meal on other equally decent place at a lower cost. Well yes, I guess it would still boil down to the place.
I don’t think I will visit this place again, one of those cafes that one is enough and that’s it.