Xiolan...? The name sounded familiar. Eero was sure that he stumbled upon it before, but he didn't remember much, as it wasn't important to him then. Now he considered adding an another topic to his research collection. When Poko declined his offer, he was secretly glad. Eero wasn't sure how long his tiny amount of Jewels would last him, but he assumed not very long, even if he skipped morning and evening meals. However, he was slightly surprised when Poko said that she wasn't exactly familiar area. Eero thought that she looked like someone who knew their way around. Then again, he shouldn't have made assumptions like that in the first place, which was his mistake. Still, Poko had a suggestion for a place and Eero followed, with Poko's familiar still in his hair.
After a short walk they arrived at their destination. It was a cozy-looking cafe, with several seating spots on the outside for those, who prefered fresh air. Eero noticed a distinct lack of people around the cafe and in the cafe, which made feel a bit more at ease. He needed a break from earlier. Poko officially marked their arrival and entered, a soft door bell jingled, annoucing them entering the cafe. Inside was coloured a deep green with a plants to complete the look, a number of tables scattered around. There was a counter with a display of different pastries, sweet and savoury foods. The selection didn't make Eero exactly happy, as he would've prefered a regular meal to fill him up, but he would have to make do. Besides them, there was only one other person present in the cafe. They were sitting in a far back corner, enjoying their coffee.
After a moment s black-haired woman appreared in the kitchen's doorway, telling them to take grab a seat and that she will be with them in a bit. Poko then asked Eero to pick a seat for them. He would decide on a spot that was situated somewhat close to the counter, but was close to a wall. They would sit down, the reverse pyramid giving Eero little trouble. Poko then inquired him about her familiar, who was still resting in his hair. If he had to honest, he didn't mind that. Eero just found it strange, how Zephyr found his hair comfortable. "It's okay, don't worry about it." He would reply to Poko's question, as he carefully detached his chained artifact from his black choker, giving it a quick glance as he put it on top of his stuffed bag on the floor. He was going to give Poko a question of his own, but the lady from before came by with menus, that she set down on the table. "Here you go! Sorry about the wait!" She would say and walk behind the counter, to give them time to pick, Eero only managing to mutter a quick 'thanks' before she walked away. The menu was a single sheet of paper of a rather large size, with green background and columns with items listed highlighted in sort of a creamy colour. Eero only took a brief look at it and settled on simple cup of tea. No food, in order to save money. Being poor didn't bode well for the boy. He reckoned he would have to try and pick a job or two, even though he had no faith in his magical abilities. "You must be quite a strong mage to summon a being like that." Eero would make a comment on the recent adventure, but then he realised that it was probably a rude thing to say. "Apologies, I'm just thinking out loud." He would say as he rubbed the back of his neck in embarrasment.