Good vibes, nice ambience, lovely service with attention to detail. Unique design choice, nice and cozy place that isn't too crowded in the morning. Great for a get together over a meal. Food is good, fusion between japanese and western. Ordered their colossal beef bowl and Popeye. The beef bowl had generous portions of tender beef although a little too salty for my taste but was really yummy. Pasta was cooked really well as well.
We were looking for somewhere chilled, cosy, and not too crowded or chichi for a lazy Sunday brunch. Dropped by Kohi-Ya, and it was perfect! We spent a couple of hours there eating, drinking, reading, chatting and eating again. Staff were friendly and approachable. My partner was very happy with the coffee (he is a self-professed coffee nazi, and he had two cups!). I had the cold brew tea- citrusy and refreshing, just what I needed for the hot day. We had the burger, the squid ink orzo pasta and the avocado toast. We were impressed with everything from our first bite. Burger could do with a bit of added texture though. They are in the midst of developing their dessert menu, and we are excited about it as we had a sneak preview. We will be back to try it all �.