Architecturally, Trouve is a very attractive place. It gives off a rustic feel with its wooden walls and floorboards, and lots of greenery embellishing the exterior, but its slightly manicured look is also evidently the work of a good designer. Inside, it is huge and spacious, and the ceiling is high. Afterwards, I read on the web that the cafe had been converted from an old colonial Japanese house.
We chose ourselves a long communal table by the window and sat at the end of the table closest to it – but of course. Even though the light inside the cafe leans towards the softer and warmer tones, the abundance of sunlight outside the window kind of balanced everything out.
It was a Monday xy (read her post on Trouve here) and I were there, and I remember feeling just a little fortunate to be savouring the slow and quiet afternoon.