Made from recipes handed down from a granduncle who used to work under the French baker from G.H. Cafe at Battery Road in the '50s through the '60s, the third-generation owners of this spartan café sell pastries done the '50s way. Everything from butter cake to bostock and macaroon tarts are handmade the same way their granduncle did when he opened a kopitiam bakery on Orchard Road, and localised the recipes he learnt. There is also the ever-popular kaya toast served throughout the day with local coffee and tea.
|Venue name:||Dong Po Colonial Café||Contact:|
56 Kandahar Street
|Opening hours:||Daily 8am-9pm|