CRAVE, formerly known as Rafee’s Corner, started out as a humble Teh Tarik stall in Amoy Street Food Centre. Through the years, the stall garnered a loyal following of locals because of Rabeek, the man behind the tea. Rabeek likes his flavor strong, allowing the tea to stand out over anything else. He served a special ginger blend, extra frothy.
Today, Rafee’s Corner can no longer be found in Amoy Street Food Centre. Instead, they’ve moved on to several branches in malls around the city as CRAVE. They’ve partnered up with Adam Road by Selera Rasa to serve a tandem of Nasi Lemak (coconut milk rice) and classic Teh Tarik.
Enjoy the city’s celebrated street food in the comforts of an air-conditioned mall. Watch out for when the sought-after tea master drops in once in a while at various locations to whip up a few cups for customers!
You can’t say breakfast in Singapore without nasi lemak. At Selera Rasa, you can get the Royal Rumble—basically, an order of nasi lemak with a piece of everything on their menu. A piece of chicken, fried fish, otah, anchovies, hash browns, and a fried egg on top of coconut rice is the answer when you wake up extra hungry.