I liked the welcoming atmosphere and quirky maximalist cat-themed design elements as soon as I stepped in, but the quality of food and service, very reasonable prices and limited yet culturally diverse menu will keep us coming back. It's not often that one sees vegetarian Indonesian, Italian and Southwestern cuisine in the same menu. We had 5 main courses and 3 desserts between the 4 of us for a very reasonable price and I love how inventive most of the dishes are. Couldn't get enough of the durian popiah (with fresh, creamy durian filling) and nasi lemak rendang. The bakso has a lovely peppery soup with dough balls that resembled Chinese tang yuen more closely than Indonesian bakso balls. The creativity required in coming up with the realistic-looking vegan hardboiled egg made of agar-agar in the nasi lemak totally cracked us up. The fried laksa and chocolate tartlets are also delicious, though not exceptional. Glad we found this quaint, whimsical and lovely little place via the KindMeal.my app.