There's Always Room for Crave-Worthy Curry Puffs
Built in 1942, this family-run bakery claims to be the oldest surviving Muslim bakery in Singapore
. It is a jack-of-all-trades, turning out to-die-for Indian curry puffs and naan along with English pastries and cakes, French bread, and Malay epok-epok. Even if you've already eaten, buy a flaky, buttery, just-spicy-enough curry puff. What the heck, buy three.