Teh tarik is a local fave that we’ve never given a second thought - just because it's so commonly found in hawker centres. It’s no bubble tea nor coconut shake, yet this cosy hole-in-the-wall cafe along Arab Street has taken it upon itself to forge a trendy teh tarik comeback. It’s a takeaway joint only, where you can get, obviously, teh tarik ($1.50) and other drinks like a saffron tea ($2) and teh halia ($1.80). They also do food - you can get a delish nasi lemak and nasi sambal goreng, both at $4, and a nasi briyani on Fridays (from $6.50).
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