But first something about the place. It was designed to look like a place from the Seventies. Even the music that was playing were Chinese music from that era. Incidentally, the name Sinpopo if my memory serves me correctly is more well known in Geylang than Joo Chiat.
The entrance to the place – there is this display of the menu, some biscuit tins. But it reminded me more of a shrine than a diner.
This is the cashier area. Looks like a road side stall from the Seventies.
There are display of old vinyl covers and mock up of those posters that was so common in the coffeeshop in the early days
Now we come to the food. The drinks are served in these old traditional metal can cup.
My favourite was the sng buay pop. Actually it was lime juice with the frozen juice moulded into a ball. This was shiok. I can imagine how good it will be on a hot day trickling down the throat.
The curry chicken was too thin. And certainly not spicy enough. But at least there was at least 5 pieces of wing joint.