Famous Chin Mee Chin Confectionery in Katong to return next month

Madam Leoang Kwang Ling (middle right) and her daughter Sharon Tan (middle left) have partnered with Lim Kian Chun (right) and Maxine Ngooi (left), to re-open the coffee shop.
Madam Leoang Kwang Ling (middle right) and her daughter Sharon Tan (middle left) have partnered with Lim Kian Chun (right) and Maxine Ngooi (left), to re-open the coffee shop.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Madam Sharon Tan (above) and Madam Leoang Kwang Ling enjoyed a good rest during the two-year hiatus.
Madam Sharon Tan (above) and Madam Leoang Kwang Ling enjoyed a good rest during the two-year hiatus.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

SINGAPORE - Famous old school confectionery Chin Mee Chin, which has been shuttered for two years, is making a comeback.

The iconic coffee shop is slated to re-open by the end of next month in its original location at 204 East Coast Road. It is best known for its traditional toasted kaya buns, kopi and baked goods such as Swiss rolls, cream horns, sugee cakes, and luncheon meat buns.

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