After checking into our hostel I was starving. It was raining a little bit and armed with the knowledge that pretty much any cafe would serve the noodles I wanted to try we found ourselves at a cafe with outdoor seating protected from the rain.
There wasn’t a large staff working, it seemed to be about two people who we had to ring a bell in order to summon and place our order and who would later bring us our food. We paid for our food when we were done, so we once again had to ring the bell and wait for them to come out. This was fine since we weren’t in a hurry, but I assume buying something in the bakery would be much faster since they were the ones making all the food and drinks and the cafe was busy.
I ordered a black currant smoothie which came out first and was nice with the humidity from the outdoor seating. (We choose to sit outside because we were soaked from the rain and inside the air conditioning was blasting, we didn’t want to freeze).
I also ordered Cantonese fried noodles with mee. It was possible to get it with different noodles but I went with what the worker suggested (mee) and it was delicious.
Wheat Connection has wifi and serves a variety of pastries, baked goods, food and drink. They are open from 8am until 8pm daily.