The coffee shop opened in the mall, because it is mainly for rest, so I ordered a snack and a cup of coffee. The environment is good. It feels more comfortable to sit than Starbucks, and the decoration is also very Indian.
Among the many coffee audiences in Chicago, the biggest feature of this restaurant is that their meals are handmade. The burger is really big. As for the coffee, I personally think it's just average, without much speciality.
Apart from drinking a cup of strong Cuban coffee and listening to passionate music, I can't think of a better way to start my day. Their prices are reasonable enough to make you forget that you are in Chicago. Their sandwiches are big and delicious. My eight-year-old child also likes his PB&J dessert which is mixed with guava jam and banana chips.
I really like the feeling of foreign coffee. You can easily drink a cup of coffee or chat with a couple of friends.
This cafe is very quiet, very suitable for afternoon tea, or for your girlfriends to gather fortune. His cappuccino tastes very good, and the black bean soup tastes super good, you can try it.