An indie music lover's dream cafe has opened in On Nut.
Ageha aims to build a community of local indie musicians and music lovers alike.
Run by Hon, the guitarist of Hope the Flowers, this miniature cafe which sits next to Brownstone sells a small collection of CDs from independent labels and aspiring bands while in the background plays music from the owner’s collection of vinyl.
The interior is kept minimal with music posters and a shelf that sells tote bags, film cases and leather wallets.
The menu consists of carefully designed drinks like the signature Brownstone (homemade dark chocolate ice cubes topped with an Americano, B100) and the Black Rose (single-origin cold brew, rose syrup, pomegranate juice, B100).
To kill the heat, we recommend the refreshing Fruit Infused Ice (Sprite, fruit ice cubes and lime, B70), while the Vietnam Drip coffee (B50) comes as a cute little surprise.
Small bites are limited to just bruschetta (B60/3 pieces) with different toppings. Those that are familiar with the event grounds will notice that the outdoor area turns into a small beer garden at night.
There are future plans for intimate gatherings for talks, film screenings and music events.