Orange and pink seats dominate the otherwise sober interior of this cafeteria, which obviously wasn't designed to keep its customers here for lengthy periods of time. Most people stop by for a quick cup of coffee or a fresh mint tea just before or after a shopping session at the largest supermarket on the island. If you're hungry it's also a decent place to fill your stomach on the cheap. Daily lunch and dinner specials prepared in an open plan kitchen are also available and you can order half plates (USD$5) or full plates ($USD8.50). The breakfast is also a good bargain, especially if you compare it to the ridiculous prices most nearby high rise hotels charge.