The cafe is a lovely space above the bustle of Europe Street. There was jazz music playing when we came in and there was a relaxed atmosphere and pace. We ordered from the lunch set menu: potato and creamed corn quiche and creamy mushroom risotto for me; and onion and beet salad and hummus bagel for my companion. We ended up sharing anyway. The entrees were OK but nothing exciting. The risotto was creamy, almost buttery in texture and taste and had a subtle rather than intense flavour. The hummus had a home-made quality, with a bit of texture rather than being totally smooth, which I liked. The bagel itself was delicious and fresh (baked in-house), so we took a couple home. We ordered soy lattes for after (mine hot, my companion's iced) and also decided to share dessert. The vegan cheesecake was delicious and the green tea muffin was nice too. This place is so nice we returned later for cold drinks and I'll come back next time I'm in Osaka.