The doors to this Chinese tea and coffee shop first opened in 1927, and today it’s one of the last places in town to serve traditional Thai-style coffee made with condensed milk. Their selections of Asian teas, both hot and cold, will save some calories and are far less sweet. For a snack with your caffeine, homemade bread is grilled over charcoal and topped with a creamy egg custard flavored with coconut or pandan leaf. You’d never know it today, but the lane where Eiah-Sae sits was home to the world’s largest opium den until it closed in 1954. The only way to get a high here today is by drinking too many cups of coffee.