This franchise is all over Singapore, and is definitely popular with locals. They have an unusual mix of sweet sandwiches and savoury foods. They’re famous for their Kaya Toast; the butter is thick and slightly melted in a great way, and not too sweet. Simple but tasty. The pandan chiffon cake was also delicious, mildly sweet and fluffy but not in an overpowering way. The peanut butter was nothing special, just like a regular school sandwich. Tried the nasi lemak as well, a little on the bland side, not too flavourful. Would probably get somewhere else. But definitely worth the stop for the Kaya Toast.