Having opened in 2012, this new café is still very much teething. Set right at the top of the glass pyramid that’s Wafi shopping centre, the airy setting – with seats swirling around its perimeter and sofas for lounging on while watching movies on the flat-screen TVs – makes it a great mall stop off. The menu is unfussy, but attention to the quality of ingredients and presentation is lacking. In the spicy chilli chicken sandwich, the meat is tough; the pasta in the penne arrabiata is overcooked and the Arabic-sounding labneh sandwich comes served in a sub roll as opposed to on traditional bread. The drinks do much better – the blueberry milkshake is fresh, fruity and not too sweet. But service is erratic at best – staff come across flustered (and we visited during a quiet period). That said, if you happen to be shopping at Wafi and fancy a bite, the ambience here is one of the best for a mall coffee shop offering.