The thing to get at Old Town Café is beef rendang. It is, says Ozumo, like the beautiful hapa child of an Indian curry and a Texas BBQ. It’s smoky, sweet, with tons of cloves and a decent amount of heat. And it’s cooked for long enough that parts will melt in your mouth, while other parts will have achieved that magical long-cooked crispiness.
The laksa is worthy, too, as is their milk tea. Others enjoy their okra lady fingers and satay chicken.