Two weeks ago my friends and I decided to try Booster Society. The place is relatively new. Opened in early 2014 and we finally visited this little cafe. The building is quite small but it is located on the big road so you shouldn't have problem finding it. We didn't exaclty heard a lot of buzzing about this particular cafe but it didn't stop us to venture every new place in town :)
The cafe's interior is quaint and simple with a touch of industrial theme thanks to the ezposed brick walls here and there. I am a sucker for wooden furniture so there is no complain about that. I also love the hipster feel with lights everywhere and the small little things display everywhere.
It wasn't a big place, I can say that for sure. Coming with more than 8 people is not suggested. The place was empty when we came so we were free to take pictures!
Finally took my Fendi 2Jours out for a spin! Read my review of the bag here
Bacon baked-rice (40k)
Beef stroganoff rice (45k)
Panacotta by Sucre
For the food, I don't really find anything special. They all tastes good but not great. Price is range is pocket-friendly. Most rice-based meals costs less than 50k and my cappuccino (it tastes great tho!) is 30k. I think it's a great place to hang out with coffe and cakes and other sweet treats but I wouldn't recommend this place for a heavy meal. They manage to make decent meals but defininitely not something you would drive all the way to eat. They have great coffees, which I think is exactly what they aim for and yummy snacks with pocket-friendly price. I heard their truffle fries are super so you might want to give it a try.
Have a good week ahead, loves!
top - Helo Strangers, skorts - c/o Persunmall, Petit 2Jours bag - Fendi
heels - Zara, watch - Michael Kors