Cafe serving sandwiches, falafel pita, Japanese desserts, and smoothies. Has vegan tarts and parfaits. Relocated from Nanjo. Reported to have non vegan desserts May 2021. Reported to have grocery items. Open Mon-Wed 9:00am-6:00pm, Fri-Sun 9:00am-6:00pm. Closed Tue.

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7 Reviews

First Review by MarjolaineMercier


Points +85

31 Jan 2023

Tasty vegan Chinese buns and acai bowl

A cute little cafe that has some vegan products aswell. The two sweet owners understand veganism.

The Chinese buns are super tasty.



Points +566

10 Jan 2023

Café inside organic supermarket

We had a great late lunch in this smoothie shop/lunch café/organic store, the owners were lovely and the atmosphere was peaceful. The store also sells a ton of vegan, vegetarian and organic products.

Pros: Tasty food, Lots of vegan smoothie options, Organic products

Cons: Anti-mask


Points +527

03 May 2021

Tasty steamed bun and panini

Loved the black sesame steamed bun. The tomato cheese panini was ok. Overall good price.


Points +313

02 May 2021

Wrong cathegory

Seems kind of nice but it is not vegan. Most of the deserts are with eggs and milk. I took my lunch here, since I was misled by the wrong category, but otherwise would avoid it and proceed to a really vegan one. Prices seems moderate. Too little space to seat.

Pros: Have several good looking vegan dishes.

Cons: Not vegan.


Points +544

27 Oct 2020

Best acai bowl on the island

At last, I found an acai bowl that doesn't taste like bananas and has proper toppings! The acai bowl was just incredible, with lots of seasonal toppings (guava, papaya, pink&white dragonfruit, rose apple, grapes and homemade granola) and put together very beautifully. The granola on top was homemade and was really good. Afterwards, I asked the guy whether I could buy some of it, and he was really helpful and gave me a small bag at a really cheap price. (Also, it had actual bits in it (almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds and goji berries), not just plain oats, like most places.)
They just moved here from Nanjo, so the place may lack some decor, but it's already really charming. I also love the open kitchen space, so we can see how they make the food.
They don't have any parking spaces, but you can park at the mall on the other side of the street, the first hour is free.

Updated from previous review on 2020-10-27

Pros: Open kitchen, Chilled out vibe

Cons: No designated parking spaces


Points +457

23 Jul 2019

Awesome Falafel!

Lovely place (not in a tourist area at all). The Falafel was really good. The smoothies are good too. We tried dragonfruit one and Pina colada. Both are good. Maybe Pina colada won the contest :)
The plates are really great and if you like them, you can buy it just the next door, hand made by an artist.

Pros: Friendly owners, Healthy


Points +79

23 Jul 2019

Lovely small vegan place

We enjoyed the delicious falafels and pina colada!

Pros: All vegan, Healthy , Beside a papaya field

Cons: Small portion, but not expensive to buy two meals

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