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Breakfast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast, Orchard Central

After doing some errands at Orchard Road, I found myself hungry but can't really decide on what to eat until I saw people going-in and going-out at Ya Kun Kaya Toast in Orchard Central. This was my second time to eat in a kopitiam in Singapore and Ya Kun Kaya Toast is a familiar name.

I had the set which includes coffee, soft-boiled eggs, and kaya toast. I opted to get the cheese toast kaya set. The coffee tasted good and sweetened just right enough to wake you up. There's an iced coffee version which I want to try on my next trip to SG.  


Then there's the soft-boiled eggs that most of the diners enjoy with some soy sauce. I like mine plain. Actually, I don't really like soft-boiled eggs but it just tasted so good with kaya toast especially when you dip the bread in it. Yummy! This is the first time I had cheese kaya toast and all I can think of was grilled cheese. I'm getting the traditional kaya toast next time.



Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Ground Level, Orchard Central
Singapore

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