If you miss your Apollo stick wafers (RM0.40), Nyam Nyam (RM1.20) and choki choki (RM1.50), now you know where to get them.
Yellow and orange, these durian-flavoured jagung puffs (RM1.80) are the stuff of sekolah rendah memories.
The original Malaysian white bread (RM1.70) is perfect when lightly toasted and spread with pandan kaya, also available from the roti man.
Your good old pop pop (RM0.90 per box) now comes in various colours. Stock up on these noisemakers to throw at snatch thieves.
Yes, you can buy it at hypermarkets, but there’s no beating the banana cake (RM4.20) delivered to your house just as you’re thinking of what to have for tea.
Relive your childhood with these pandan, chocolate or original cream roti (RM0.70 each) and a mug of hot Milo on the side.
No one makes roti manis like Macdotta (RM2.20) does; soft, not-too-sweet, a nicely browned top and, most importantly, its packaging has Daisy Duck on it.
Toasted with generous amounts of margarine and sugar, these mini roti koks (RM2.70) have serious crunch factor.
If you like your roti greasy in a good way, the roti butter (RM3) here trumps the rest of the competition.
Buttery and marbled, these preservative-free butter cakes (RM7.90) come in individual packs.