For more than 75 years, this family-run roti shop has used the same recipes. Don’t believe us? The frozen-in-time décor and decades-old newspaper clippings on the wall that surrounded the metal tables should convince you. Light and flakey like a perfect French croissant, the roti bread is perfect, and it is an ideal vehicle for dipping into a curry of spicy chicken, massaman with fish, or beef. If sweet sounds more appealing than savory, try the grilled banana version with a generous drizzle of condensed milk. Healthy? Nah. But it’s finger-lickin’ good. This is a popular spot for locals to catch up on gossip over breakfast.