26 Jan '13, 2am

[sweets][singapore]ここのカヤトースト美味しそう・・・204 East Coast Road / “Chin Mee Chin Confectionery - Reviews and Ratings - Hungry…”

Located along East Coast Road at the corner of East Coast Road and Chapel Road, is this nostalgia old school confectionery with mosaic floor tiles and marbled top tables. The place has limited seating and it is rather hot and stuffy. This is my 2nd visit on a Sunday morning and the place is always packed with breakfast crowd. For the first timer, ordering can be quite confusing. The couple of waiting staffs are so busy that it is rather hard to catch their attention. The tip is to just look for a sitting area, sit down and self service the pastries at the display cabinets. When you manage to catch the attention of the waiting staff, order your drinks and kaya buns. Upon your drinks and kaya buns are served, tell the waiting staff what pastries you have taken and he/she will write it down in a piece of white paper for you to pay at the cashier when you are done with your me...

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Another happy diner ....Thank you Weighty Man! ...

hungrygowhere.com 26 Jan '13, 1pm

I've always tried to support our local boys when they cook Western food. I've dealt with chefs from the West and Australia...

@sarahhreverie we need to go here asap

hungrygowhere.com 01 Feb '13, 3pm

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