I didn't know it's a cafe. I thought it's some sort of place where people can rent books/comics. Who knows it's a place where you can chill out with your friends and they provide lots of books and magazines for your reading pleasure but bear in mind that they are all in Chinese. It's hard to explain the exact location. Bungalow is not a bungalow :P. They utilise the first floor of the shop. I have no idea how to read the Chinese words hahaha... Too deep. If you know Jade Pot Tea or Lepo(the shop that sells musical instrucments) at Jalan Keretapi, then it's just nearby. Actually to be exact the block next to them.
There is nothing to talk about the interior as you can see.
They have a message board fills with messages from patrons. The messages include compliments, complaints, personal problems anything, just anything you want to express, you can write and post it there anonymously. They also sell some souvenirs from Thailand. There are boardgames and card games available too. The environment is very quiet because only two tables were occupied that were us and the 3 girls in the photos. If I'm not mistaken, I didn't hear any music, or did I? Hahaha...
It seems like the owners are very fond of fish and planted tank. They have 2 of them there. They also sell some fighting fishes aka Bettas(I hope I got the name right :P I'm just plain lazy to find the correct name). I noticed that on one of the shelves, it has a small poster with information about the species of fighting fish but it's in Chinese. You can't find any English books there except the menu with dual language :P
Left: The interior again.
Right: Fighting fishes. I think it should be for sale as I saw pricings there.
Left: A telescope. Don't know what to see with it LOL... All you see is the fiber of the curtain hanging there.
Right: Complimetary jasmine tea.
Honey Lemon Soda-RM3.80, Ice Mocha-RM5.80, Ice Blended Passion Fruit Juice-RM4++, Apple Juice-RM4.20, Ice Chocolate-RM4.80(it's so sweet)
*I don't quite remember the pricings. They are from my very vague memory.
Left: The menu, at first I thought it's some sort of small booklet about religion because of the font used. :P
"Pizza", not sure what is that.
Left: Beef noodle, I heard
it's very sweet as in sugar sweet.
Right: Fried yam sticks.
Overall, I won't go back there, nothing in particular, just not my type.