Chin Mee Chin Confectionery
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Chin Mee Chin Confectionery information
A nostalgia trip for many older Singaporeans, old-style bakeries like Chin Mee Chin are a dying breed, with their geometric floors, wooden chairs and industrious aunties pouring suckerpunch kopi (coffee). One of the few Singaporean breakfast joints that still makes its own kaya (coconut jam), it's also a good spot to pick up some pastries to go.