We made our way to the coffee shop which is located at the end of Rangoon road. While Sin Kim San is well known for it's hokkien mee in the mornings, the banana pancakes and char koay teow are a must try. Unfortunately, these three stalls operate till noon everyday so it's no surprise that there are a lot of people patronising these stalls during weekends.
Don't play play. The owner, Annie also has a business card. You can call to order for special occasions too. If you are unsure where the coffee shop is, there is an address below the business card.
We also had the banana pancake with raisins and sesame seed. I use to go to the coffee shop at Beach Street (opposite the Standard Chartered bank) for my weekly dose of banana pancakes. Unfortunately, it's now closed ergo we come to Sin Kim San instead.
Oh! We also had siu mai which we bought from the stall outside of Sister's char koay teow. This is arguably the best siu mai in town as it's made from lean pork and fish. As the wise saying goes "Old habits die hard". It will certainly take a while before we completely stay clear from dim sum. Damn those dim sum.