The shop is decorated with old posters featuring those 60s’ celebrities, vintage wooden furniture, the biscuit tins, black and white mosaic flooring to evoke a 1960s atmosphere. A good dose of nostalgia rarely found in modernized Singapore.
However, the food serves are just average, nothing really impressed us. Some of the desserts served were too sweet to our liking while some mains served were too salty for us. Maybe because it’s managed by youngsters, there wasn’t nostalgia in every mouthful as we had hoped.
Mains, desserts and drinks you might want to give a shot:
Zi Pao Kai with Beehoon ($8.90)
Sng Muay Pop ($3.90)
Fake bird’s nest ($2.90)
Please refer www.ieatandeat.com for details.