Spotted in my Entertainment (2-for-1) book, I decided to try this cafe today and I'm glad I did. The people behind the counter were helpful and friendly, and the menu is pleasantly diverse (soups, sandwiches, desserts, and lots of coffees and teas). Comfy chairs and free wi-fi made it even better.
My Cafe Milan (mocha with orange syrup) was quite tasty and not too sweet. My sandwich (pastrami) was okay, but nothing to write home about. I asked for a panini, expecting a grilled 'n' crispy delight, but it was basically just a regular sandwich.
So I'd suggest coming here and lingering over some cups of fine coffee and tea, perhaps sampling a dessert, but I don't think the sandwiches are worth the price.
Pros: Nice people, comfy atmosphere, free wi-fi
Cons: Parking, pricey meals