Tucked between heritage shophouses along Lebuh Carnavon, this non-descript café requires a good eye if you’re looking for it at night. Once inside, the (narrow) space expands into a den of vintage-inspired knick knacks. There are robes slung over mannequins, medicine cabinets lined with jars, a spooky baby doll dressed in a yellow jumper, vintage luggage bags and kooky art, all held by peeled walls. Aesthetically, it’s a knockout. The unusual toddy mojito is a must order – deeply fermented palm wine poured over a scoop of vanilla ice cream, garnished with a sprig of mint. It’s an enigmatic café beverage sure to have the table talking.