This popular curry food stall is located in a coffee shop, which is situated in an old residential district. The residential buildings are spaciously placed apart and most of the apartments have already been vacated. Most of the shops here have also vacated and only a handful of shops are still in business. However, lunch time brings a huge crowd as diners would occupy all available seats in the coffee shop.They come from neighbouring offices where people would either walk or drive here to have their meals.
It is hard to imagine that in such a quiet neighbourhood, you would…

In 1986, Mr Yap Hock Kee (above), 43, opened a rice-and-curry stall at Marina South, serving chicken, fish head, mutton, port ribs and vegetable curries with rice or bread. Today, he and 11 other family members run three stalls and central kitchen at TelokBlangah Road, where the curry is cooked.
The early days:”My grandmother was a Peranankan and she passed her curry recipe to my mother. One day when the family was having dinner, I said,’Why not start a curry business?’ Everybody agreed and we went to work.”
His Dream:”I did not dream of expanding, but business was good…