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We came here for lunch - didn't realise it was a B&B. We had kueh pie tee, popiah and noodles which were kindly served without seafood (including in the sauce). Prices are very reasonable and the food was great.
Café 1511 offers accommodation and food as well. It is located along Jonkers street and it gives a nice and clean dining atmosphere. They offer breakfast & lunch, we tried their Popiah (Spring Roll), BBQ Chicken Pizza & Continental Breakfast (scramble egg, 2 slice of...More
Stayed there for two nights in a twin room (with window) and shared showers.
You have to take off your shoes before going upstairs, but the floor is very clean. During the three days I stayed I never had even one speck of dust under...More
Great food and all food appeared to be prepared fresh and was very tasty. Had a selection of light bites recommended by server. Spring rolls particularly good. Also top hats a real treat. Excellent value and great service. We will certainly return when we are...More
You can't get a more authentic experience than staying in a Baba Nyonya house (next door to the museum and is exactly the same style and layout). The rooms were clean and the staff were brilliant. The steps were quite steep so I wouldn't recommend...More
Response from xplorermind | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kristina, i am not too sure if this cafe is halal. My apologies for not being able to assist you. However, i managed to get their contact number, +60 6-286 0150. You can give them a call to check. Hope this help.
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