17 Mar '12, 11pm

Craving for Kaya toast and soft boiled eggs from Chin Mee Chin

is packed all the time, and some of the popular items like the custard puffs and sugee cakes are usually sold out quite early. I’d think that Chin Mee Chin is definitely one of the places that you should bring overseas visitors to, and if you have not been there before, it’s time to make a trip to East Coast road.

Full article: http://www.ladyironchef.com/2011/01/chin-mee-chin-confect...

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