We were just wondering if Yellow House @ Second Floor closed down (certainly hope not!) because they never seemed to open anymore. Much to our delight, my colleague found out that they are still doing well and have moved to a rural-style wooden house not too far from their previous place. Yay!
Reached at around 8pm. Without the lights, one would’ve thought that they’re not open. But do not be fooled, the entrance is at the side!
Inside. Now you see why the front door is always closed.
There were quite a lot of people gathered here for New Year’s Eve! And to think that we were worried that they won’t be doing business tonight, how naive of us.
Vertical panel garden and garden chamber My mom’s gonna love this.
The atmosphere here is better compared to their previous place, I guess they had more freedom in the space design here, though the overall concept is still the same.
Hot chocolate. The lady who served us reminded us to stir the drink after a while as she expects us to sit and talk instead of finishing the it in one go. How thoughtful haha.
They have some new items on their menu, but we still went for salmon sticks & bagel love.
Half for you, and half for me XD
Oh yeah, we got our photos taken by the cafe owners. They made some “Bye bye 2014, Welcome 2015” cards for us to hold too. Didn’t get the photos from them though.
Sat and talked for hours (didn’t realize that time flew so fast!), discussed about our future plans, possibilities to further our studies, our dreams and challenges that lie ahead. We dug out some architectural design magazines provided by the cafe and got pretty excited checking out each building design. Civil engineers do not just focus about reinforced concrete and steel structures after all
Mango cheesecake. Extra dessert.
It was about 11.40pm when everyone present in the cafe got a pleasant surprise, New Year goodie bag on the house!
Man, how long has it been? It feels like Children’s Day during elementary school all over again! And the balloon with a straw-like thingy attached to it, it’s my first time using such a thing. Apparently when you let go of the blown up balloon, it creates a funny long fart-like noise! I kept playing with it and people from the next table started to try it out too.
10 seconds before midnight, everyone shouted the usual countdown together. “Ten, nine, SEVEN, six, five, four, three, two, one!” the person who led out in shouting totally missed out eight XD XD So yeah our new year started 1 second earlier LOL
Also did some doodling on their wall. We did two, but I’ll just show the one I wrote myself haha.
Found a cute note.
Happy New Year 2015! May this year be filled with new adventures and rich blessings!