Stumbled along this pretty and quaint Peranakan designed cafe that sold local delights - from laksa to tiny kuehs. Went for the curry chicken rice which was a sizeable portion, with one huge chicken drumstick, potatoes, and a side of Nyonya chap Chye. The curry was rich in lemak - that aroma and flavour of coconut milk really came through. The gravy was also on the sweeter side, and I wished it had a much spicier kick. And that was easily solved after I requested for a side of sambal and added it to the gravy, which really elevated the experience and the spice of the entire curry. A nice homely meal!