These days I often get my film processed in bundles, which mean it might took several months from shooting to actually seeing the final pictures. It is as though memories are locked away, waiting to be re-discovered at later time. This process is really long for me, since I do not use my camera as frequently.
We sampled and enjoyed the Japanese brunch of simple miso soup, brown rice, grilled salmon fillet and a few pickles. The food was nicely cooked, with tastes we have been accustomed to. The taste of a home kitchen, if I had to describe. I also enjoy the iced Japanese latte there on those hot summer days.
The best thing from Cibi, for me, was the casual and laid back vibe. Come, as we did, during non-rush hours and ate breakfast, enjoyed some
well-made coffee and read, chit chat… No queue, no rushing to clear the table like some other places in town. I appreciate this place for that quieter atmosphere.