The original shop is on the intersection of O'Brien Road and Jaffee Road in Wanchai and still there. The shop was first opened in the mid. year of 2003, right after the SARS devastation. Back then, it served only sandwiches and salad at moderate prices (from HK$10-15). The good thing of their sandwich is that they use wheat bread and quite some veggie. That's an attraction for people to care about health, especially after SARS. Last year, I was happy to see it opened its 6th branch in Quarry Bay. I was also amazed at their keeping at the moderate prices and even with more choices for half and full portion (from HK$10-28). Just pay a few dollars, you can get a freshly brewed coffee (Movenpick). So a full portion of a tuna sandwich and a asparagus mushroom pasta with 2 coffee at just HK$72. Later on, I ordered one chicken panini grilled (HK$30). Health wise and money wise, this is a good alternate choice than the other fast food chain.