Perched at the corner of Florence St, Steam Junkies is separated from the hustle and bustle of city life. With a peaceful and bookish atmosphere, it is a must visit for office escapees who long for a moment of peace, for students who want fo find a great place to study, and for anyone who just simply wishes to while away the afternoon with tasty coffee and meals.
Walking into Steam Junkies, you will be easily attracted by its modest and classic decor: dark wooden chairs, tables that can fit large groups of people, bay windows allowing the luxury of sipping coffee while enjoying the outside view, and the fluffy cushions that add to the warmth and cosiness.
It was Sunday's evening when I first stept into this cafe, and I couldn't help but fall in love with the shiny starry lights sparking under the ceiling. The owner told me that the lights cost them more than a thousand dollars, but he thought it was totally worthwhile to create a unique and romantic experience for his customers.
The fine collection of antique decorations is another attraction of Steam Junkies. If you are passionate about old-fashioned things, you should not miss the typesetter dating back 300 years ago, the electric fan fashioned in a 19th century style, and the painting originated from Canada.