Stepping into this 60-year-old confectionery felt like I was travelling back to the 50s. The marble tables, wooden round chairs and mosaic tiles exude a nostalgic feel. Unlike the Kaya Toast commonly served at other shops, Chin Mee Chin’s kaya toast comes in bun rather than bread slices. These buns are made in house and toasted till they are slightly burnt. Thick layers of kaya are spread on the buns, and the warm toasted buns melt the butter which makes it taste much better. It gets pretty confusing for first-timers here. The waitresses are really busy and you will have a hard time catching their attention. And if you are alone or in pairs, you will most likely be sharing tables with others.