I do not know the name of this stall, located at the corner of Baghdad Street; as the stall holders never bothered to put up any signs. This stall managed to survive, unchanged, (since the 1950s, I was told) among the new-comer cafes and restaurants in the Arab Street touristy area.
It has always been called "Bhai Sarabat" stall by regulars: "Bhai" meaning brother in Urdu and "Sarabat" is the way the milk tea/coffee are prepared (i think).
The Pakistani old men ("Brothers") who run the stall serve good, authentic, no-frills Teh Tarik (pulled Tea) and Teh Halia (Ginger Milk Tea). No fancy dishes either: but food such as Nasi Lemak and Nasi Sambal Goreng are pre-packed in paper packets. Curry puffs and Samosas are available too.
Great place for early risers, as they are open from 6 am onwards.
The stall is located at:
21, Baghdad Street
Website: non that I am aware of
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