“Like many great things, WTF is deceptively simple. It’s a café and a gallery. Nothing fancy. It’s a little rough around the edges, a little worn down. It evokes European cafes, but it could also be in Buenos Aires or Sydney. Still, it doesn’t feel foreign, unlike Minibar Royale or Hyde & Seek. Old records from Bangok’s funky 60s grace one wall. A touch of Sino-Portuguese tiles connects Europe to Asia. And the shell, a long narrow space with three floors, is unmistakably a shop house. Overall, WTF strikes a balance that’s pretty close to perfection.”
A lovely quote from BK magazine issue on renovating shop houses.