Don't think you will miss seeing this newly launched cafe when you drive along the forever-busy-Jalan Masjid Negeri. This Project Can Cafe is on your left if you are driving towards the Penang Bridge and in the evening, it is even more obvious because the outdoor fairy lights would be switched on.
The place is very cozy with giant trees providing so much shade and a homey-nice-warm-feeling.
We woke up one Sunday morning and decided to try this place for breakfast. Partly because they have such a big outdoor area so I was not that paranoid about bringing my kids to eat and play.
We were 30-minutes earlier than their official opening time, so we waited outside and look-see the surroundings.
FYI - do not park your car on the pavement along with the cafe with yellow lines because we were told by the workers there that policemen have given many love letters to people who parked there (one of them is my SIL: Jaryn! Hah). Policemen would come up to 5-times in a day.
We ordered 4 mains for 5 adults and 4 kids - finished everything because we were hungry and also because it was good - yummy good and portion big good.
Their drinks were okay-okay (in our opinion) but food-wise, good lah.
TIRAMISU - RM20
THE BIRD NEST - RM25
Deep fried shredded potatoes & leek, katsuobushi (beef bacon or ham) & mixed veggie pancakes.
CAN BREAKKIE - RM25
Beef bacon, Heinz baked beans, McCain hashbrown, chicken ham, chicken sausage, mushroom, mesclun (green salad), tomato, sliced artisan sourdough and scramble kampung eggs.
> Tiramisu cake is surprisingly very yummy and I don't even like tiramisu in general.
> Can Brekkie is also surprisingly bigger than we expected and also yummy (portion for 2 persons)
> The Bird Nest is also very yummy and it tasted like a different version of okonomiyaki.
For sure, we will come again to try their other food items. Also, you may want to call them to make reservations - especially on the weekends because they don't have a lot of tables so if you do not want to walk away disappointed, do call up first!
Till next makan, bye now.