21st September 2013.
About 2 years ago, there was a nice little café known as Soho Seven along Loke Yew Street. Today, a similarly named SoHo Coffee has taken over the premises of the former café at this quiet little street. For your interest, this street was named after Loke Yew, a Chinese businessman in British Malaya from the late 1800s to early 1900s. The Art-Deco style building of which the café is located in was also named after him and designed by E C Seah in 1931. Loke Yew is the of Loke Wan Tho who was attributed with the building of the Cathay Building in 1939.
I had the Breakfast Delight (11.80 SGD) which includes toasted brioche with scrambled eggs and sautéed mushrooms. You could have your eggs done sunny side up or poached as well. And sides you have the choice of back bacon or honey baked ham instead of the sautéed mushrooms I chose. This was a really satisfying breakfast. The brioche was nicely toasted without turning soggy. The mushrooms were excellent and most importantly the scrambled egg was creamy with the right firmness and the sprinkle of chives and black pepper adds a nice touch to it.
I like their paper placemats, the size and dimension was just nice for doodling. =p
36 Armenian Street
#01-08 (Corner of Hill St & Loke Yew St, fronting Loke Yew St)