If you like Naan, you probably would also like Guo Kui. Both are flour pastry cooked in a hot earthen vessel! So I’ve been told to try it, try it. So I remembered today as I passed the Jurong East Bus Interchange. So.... How do I order? The daughter and I stood at a side and observed. We figured it out in an instant. The queue facing the cashier is for ordering. You will get a receipt with a call number. They will call your number when your order is ready. Wait 3-4 mins lah. The rest of the people all around standing randomly are not kelefeh, they are waiting for their orders. You exchange your receipt for a bag phil-ed with your goodies. It’s very very hot. Yes, it is indeed very yummy. They have 6 flavours, I texted a fellow ‘Lim’ who told me to try, but didn’t get a reply before it was my turn to order, so I asked the cashier, what will a kid like? Shanghai she said. Afraid it will be devoured before I try it, I ordered Jiangsu as well. My little kid loved it! I am surprised for she don’t like bread!! I included the menu (the lady stared at me, why are you taking photo of my menu?), so you know what each name stands for.