Two marble tables with white painted legs adorn the wooden floored shop. When you walk into the wooden shop you feel as if you are at a border or cowboy town. But this place is really clean and you can make use of its good washroom at the back. A lovely sandy stream flows behind the shop.
These shelves are of 50's
Here an array of cakes and biscuits are available for customers to choose to go with their tea or coffee. Glass sliding doors keep the flies and dust away. You can enjoy a vintage style paper wrapped muffin. I am quite sure that the father of the present owner had learned how to make cakes and muffins from the colonials who explored and founded Sg. Liang.
A huge HD TV is at a corner for customers and family to watch. Lots of nice Taiwanese programmes here.
Dark sauced kueh tiaw with a fried egg (bull's eye) and braised beef. You can get fork and spoon. But if you ask for chopsticks that will be what you get. You are not given a spoon with the chopsticks. This is very traditional Chinese way of serving. In most places present day Chinese shops give both chopsticks and spoons to the customers.
Its famous Kopi ( made with an inch high of condensed milk) . So do not stir all of the milk.
Marble table top showing its age....and its genuineness. And it is really cold to the touch.
Taking a last look at this border town type of coffee shop - do not be misled - you will enjoy a good chill out time as the proprietors are very gentle and kind people who enjoy serving tired travellers with a smile.