Review Keng Wah Sung Cafe, 783 Geylang Rd, Singapore

Review Keng Wah Sung Cafe - Singapore 783 Geylang Rd

“Toast is very fragrant cos of the charcoal toast. Fried bee Hoon is also very nice. Fast and polite service.” or “Nostalgic coffeeshop with food that’s above average. Wtm and nasi lemak is good. Regardless to say the coffee, toast and eggs” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Keng Wah Sung Cafe. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Keng Wah Sung Cafe is quality.

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  • Address: 783 Geylang Rd, Singapore
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 5:30 AM to 11 PM.

Sunday: Closed.

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“Best all round breakfast and lunch. And they open till 11pm for toast and kopi! Can you beat that? Breakfast bihun and noodles are yummy. Sambal is unique too.”

“Always love the food there. Every stall at this place is nice. Good coffee, kaya butter toast, morning beehoon, chilli, cai fan, nasi lemak, mee siam. Glad the nasi lemak is open at night now.”

“Hidden gem! One of the best local breakfasts in SG - their soft cooked eggs and kaya butter toast were good, their economic fried beehoon was good. We’re definitely coming back here!”

“Authentic hainanese breakfast spot.. Traditional hainanese coffee and kaya toast with butter and the perfect half boiled eggs The set is a must order for me everytime I come here. ”

“One of the best coffeeshop soft boil eggs you can find in the east. Good eggs texture. Soya sauce is abit towards the sweet side. Drinks & toast are made with well stardards.”

“Toast is very fragrant cos of the charcoal toast. Fried bee Hoon is also very nice. Fast and polite service.”

“I think breakfast here is worth a try, the taste is right on the tongue and the price is affordable, the coffee atmosphere is great, thank you for serving our breakfast...”

“Really nice toasts. The fried noodle and bee hoon delicious too. Crowded even on a weekday morning. Parking might be an issue.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 209 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.5 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 89% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Keng Wah Sung Cafe, 783 Geylang Rd, Singapore

There is a total 209 reviews

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    Corenub

    Mee siam, economic bee hoon, Kaya toast, all top tier. If you miss old school breakfast, this place will haunt your dreams.

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    Kevin Wells

    Came in the morning around 1030am on a Wednesday and it was a little busy but there were plenty of tables available.

    We each had a breakfast set, I had coffee and my wife had tea C. Eggs were perfectly boiled and the kaya toast was simple but delicious. Generous on both the kaya and butter, and two full “sandwiches”.

    Coffee and tea were both nice. Stronger and a little less sweet than equivalent drinks at the big chains. My wife said the tea C was her favourite of our visit so far.

    All this for less than $4 each can’t be beat.

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    rajandran v

    Mee/meehoon with

    ommelet $1.80 expensive compare to hawker centre only $1.50

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    Chan H

    A popular place for coffee. The wanton noodles are especially good. Price is very reasonable.

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    Serene Tan

    Love their coffee and kaya butter toast. This this an old school type coffee shop. Theres a stall selling traditional wanton mee, worth to try.

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    ong adam

    Dude, the coffee and tea here is THE BEST

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    Goh kiah khin

    Order egg, toast egg n coffee. Average. Many people queue for economic bee Hoon. Also have stall selling Mee Siam n wan ton noodle.

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    chris koon

    One of the longest time coffee shop, very old school shop, the food are nice

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    Mush LikesToEat

    Came here for breakfast around about 9am. There was already some crowd but we managed to find a free table. We ordered the mee siam, wantan mee, kopi C, teh C kosong and kaya butter toast. All are reasonable – maybe the chilli sauce in the wantan mee was a tad unwelcome but it is quite common in Singapore. The mee siam came with sunny side up egg that she will cook as you order- which put a smile on my face even as I write this; this was unexpected and of the welcome kind. Not sure if this is standard fare but u all should try it haha. Paid parking is along the road side and is aplenty. Will come again.

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    Let's Cook, Pare!

    Authentic Singapore breakfast. Best kaya toast for me. Coffee is really good too.

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    Wilson Tay

    Great kaya toast, pretty good traditional style kopi.

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    Benny Ong

    Good food

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    David Chuah

    Best all round breakfast and lunch. And they open till 11pm for toast and kopi! Can you beat that? Breakfast bihun and noodles are yummy. Sambal is unique too.

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    quan lim

    I like the food there because Geylang have many hotspots for food like Nasi Lemak, Wanton Noodles And Many More. The Drinks Were Served by the customer. Got Kopi And Teh There so that people can go there drink.

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    Ashish Kakar

    We normally go there for coffee. Nice coffee with good kaya toast

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    CSW

    hot and tiny coffeeshop… but the nasi lemak is ok

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    Victor Ang

    Traditional coffee shop at geylang. You can try the bread and kaya toast or nasi lemak . Both are very good.

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    Allan K

    It’s the best breakfast bee hoon/mee secret.

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    David Goh

    You can enjoy hainanese kaya .Toast with butter / kaya . Coffee o.

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    XamC

    Open at 530am.
    Tried mee siam, wanton mee, breakfast set with butter coffee.
    Food so so to me.

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    C MinG KOH

    Great place for local economic bee hoon breakfast! Love the chilli and not forgetting the superb local coffee. Usually packed from 8am to 9am or so.

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    Chi mei Wong

    Best coffee and kaya toast!
    Affordable price too!

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    Lit Herng Heng

    No longer uses charcoal to toast their bread. Replaced by 5 modified electric toasters.

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    i O (jynx)

    Just a normal local coffeeshop. Nothing fantastic

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    Tristan Theurier

    One of the best Kaya toasts in town if not the best. Handmade Kaya and generous portion on each toast. Underrated Kaya place for sure!

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    c k

    New found place for kopi butter or atomic coffee at one the last old kopi joint at Geylang.

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    wee

    Cheapest mee siam in geylang. Nice fried chicken wings. A great place for morning breakfast.

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    Chow Khoon Yeo

    The curry rice, nasi lemak, and nasi padang are a must try.

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    Art C

    Old school kopi tiam with good strong kopi. Toasts too but a bit thin like my days a long time ago. There, they sell economic noodles – mee and bihun plus the usual luncheon meat, etc. Also a stall that sells wanton mee (I did not try – not good looking but seems popular) and the popular nasi lemak.

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    ST Chan

    Best kaya butter bread

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    Choon T

    Simple local breakfast fare – simple happiness

    By the way, the toast was pretty good! …

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    Michael Sidaway

    Old school place, great vibes and friendly service. Enjoyed the coffee and wanton mee.

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    Chia How Khee

    Look at this mountain of Charsiew and wanton noodles.

    Enough said …

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    Josh Kuek (#jkgourmets)

    What a lucky day to met such wonderful nostalgic local coffeeshop. Is getting difficult to find such authentic Singapore coffeeshop with classic South East Asia architecture.

    If you first visit this coffeeshop, you must try their very local taste coffee, make by experience elderly coffee maker uncle, not just coffee, their toasted bread and half boiled eggs. Surely you will taste the very interesting taste of local breakfast.

    At morning hours, they also serve economical noodles as what we locally called, simple carb and some protein or eggs, simply satisfying. They will serve popular mixed rice with variety choice of dishes during lunch and dinner.

    At this coffeeshop, you must not miss one of the very popular stall selling Wantan Noodle, served by an elderly couple. Their Wantan-Mee simply authentic with great flavor, yet charging at very affordable $4 per serving even at such high inflation economic time. In fact, I ever enjoy at $3/plate not long ago.

    The coffeeshop have lots of seats especially along the corridor, was windy and spacious. Must visit if you like such local style of eating experience.

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    Gp Tan

    Finally visited on a rainy day & loving it
    Kaya toast with eggs are definitely old school style. Uncle is affable & friendly
    Love the wonton mee & for $4, the portion are huge & really nice
    Will be visiting soon for the rest of the items like nasi lemak, porridge & Hainan curry rice.
    Can’t wait to be back!

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    Benjamin Ng

    Best economy mee noodles, good iced coffee, very tasty

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    Marc O

    The ambience,service and the price made this place a go to breakfast destination. With different faces visiting there and bringing their stories to their friends and relatives is a wonderful sight.

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    Cassie (Cassakating)

    An old school kopitam by the road side of the busy Geylang Road. The morning crowd is there for the economic bee hoon along with charcoal baked kaya butter toast set – Thinly sliced white bread sandwich with a slab of butter and gula melaka Kaya.

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    Colin Tan

    Very average kaya toast. Coffee is not bad. Go to 133 at Jalan Batu Hawker for a better kaya toast.

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    MaxDeGiraffe

    My all time favorite place for kaya toast and coffee. One of the best toast I tasted. Old school environment with good food.

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    Douglas Seah

    The bee hoon was much better than expected. Looks average but taste great. Eggs looks like normal fried eggs but executed perfectly.

    Kopi is robust and fragrant. I ordered Gao siu dai and tasted exactly like it.

    The kaya toast was normal, like those you can find in most places.

    Really crowded in the mornings. You might have to share a table if you can find one if you did not come with anyone else.

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    Boon Hong Lim

    Love the food here – tehsi, kopi-si, kaya toast with cold storage butter slice, econmonical beehoon, etc…Shiok ah!!!

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    Linus Koh

    Old school but not awesome. Coffee and toast are ordinary at most.

    Wanton Mee is avoidable.

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    AudRey Sim

    More breakfast/meal options available now.

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    Chandima Samarasinghe

    If you are a Sri Lankan, you will find that the rice and curry in this place is really tasty. The price is really affordable. Highly recommend!

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    Natasha Dara

    My first try of kaya toast, which I really liked. The iced coffee was really good too. The soft-boiled eggs are, well, soft-boiled eggs, that seem to usually be eaten after being poured out into your bowl (info for the uninitiated like we were) and then just add soy sauce (we think…). Super good value with 2 breakfast sets and 2 coffees coming in at under $7 total.

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    Andy

    I have been here twice for their economic rice and nasi lemak. So far I am happy with the service and food quality. There are plenty of parallel parking lots in the vicinity.

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    Fritchie Galasinao

    Nice local vibe. I like their milk tea

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    Evelyn Tan

    The tea is good but the Milo is very watered down when u “tapau” (takeaway). Have yet to try having the Milo at the coffeeshop itself. Their kaya butter toast bread is ok too. There’s road side parking lots along Lor 41 Geylang so it’s convenient to park and takeaway the bread and drinks or dine in. A good place for short coffee breaks and traditional breakfast fixed.

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    Koh Samuel

    Old school breakfast, bring back great memories.

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    C L

    Always love the food there. Every stall at this place is nice. Good coffee, kaya butter toast, morning beehoon, chilli, cai fan, nasi lemak, mee siam.

    Glad the nasi lemak is open at night now.

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    ser c

    The kaya and the coffee just make me wanna go back again, old school and reasonable price @ $3.50 for breakfast set!

    The kaya is not tat dead sweet made from factory, like the subtle sweetness with the butter, if only they serve with traditional loaf or bun, it would be perfect. Otherwise the price wise and quality already worth it.

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    You Liang Ling (Ryan Ling BeMyself)

    Still finding the Ban Miam 板面 from my secondary school days located at 925. call 秋粘板面, the best ever I have eaten. This Ban Mian 板面, is ok, not bad, can give a try. a 7.5 out of 10. the lady is very courteous anyway. Cheap, $3.50 for quite a big bowl.

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    Jess Loh

    Like their traditional toast.

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    Michelle Z

    The drinks stall sells lovely traditional toast with half-boiled egg and opens from 5.30am to 11pm. The breakfast beehoon sold in the morning is really good too! The same coffeeshop also has a stall selling yummy wonton noodles in the daytime – Leong Hua Wan Ton Noodles.

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    Gerald L

    Very good old school coffee, kaya toast and black sauced wanton mee!!

    Do come early, the kopitiam is pretty pops amongst uncles!!

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    edlonsc

    With only the classic toast+egg+coffee will not satisfied your appetite. So do order the wonton mee as it is also tasty. Will definitely going back again.

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    Marcus Pek

    The noodles and coffee are superb. Sorry no picture as it is too nice and forget to take picture before finishing it. And the chicken wing from the Nasi Lemak Store is a must try!

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    Anushia G

    Very good breakfast set (ie toast with kaya, 2 eggs n a drink).

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    Shaun Tan

    Great dessert especially the herbal jelly, close at 230am, quite quiet for supper during weekdays

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    CP

    To experience what it feels like to have breakfast at a coffee shop of yesteryear, look no further. I go there whenever I want that familiar food to comfort my soul. The coffee, toast, half boiled egg are so good even on their own. The bee hoon is just right – that is not dry and not too moist. And not forgetting the “一盘一碟“ stall (the stall is named Plate & Plate, but to me it is more of plate by plate as they prepare the food on the spot plate by plate) offering nasi lemak and mee siam. Authentically local flavours that makes the morning just brighter.

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    Goo Bakmi

    Old school kopitiam with good range of breakfast choices. WTM, mee siam, nasi lemak and mee hoon. Had the coffee and toast set for only $3.50. Good value for money and toast is nice with quality butter and kaya. Service is fast and efficient and place is clean and airy. Coffee could be more robust but maybe individual taste differs. Parking is also relatively easy with ample lots after you Turn Right” into the lane next to kopitiam. Will certainly be back to try the other offerings.

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    Marcus Ou

    Awesome 1960s bee hoon taste…

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    Yap Kwan Swee

    Coffee is good and so is the mee siam.

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    boon siong ng

    Food is OK, but deco is 1960’s.

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    Mandy Teo

    Great value toast set. Although eggs were a tad overcooked but tea and coffee is aromatic. A great breakfast to start the day right!

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    Raf Soundwalker

    This is the best place to get your taste on original local food & drinks. IMHO, the best kaya & butter toast. Made with love and heart. Old skool vibe coffeeshop, transport you back in time. A fantastic retreat haven from the hustle and bustle of modern life. You will feel nostalgic when you take a sip of your authentic sock coffee gao or teh-o siu dai. The ambience is just so fitting!

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    Choon Yong Goh

    Nice fried noodles and coffee. Amble of parking lots around the coffee shop

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    Bear Chua

    Wtm review

    The portion is huge for $4 almost fill up the whole bowl!!!

    I will return for more I cfm cos the taste is good.

    Cater to morning and lunch crowd Mainly for lunch.

    Overall prices are reasonable not too pricey and you will not have a hole in the pocket afterwards.

    Most importantly open from morning till late afternoon.

    If you are hungry or craving for some good food come down already

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    Julia Low

    Corner coffeeshop with seats along their aisles. Do note that the ceiling, and wall fans do not reach all seats.

    Kopi-o-kosong with ice (6/10)
    Don’t understand the hype about their coffee. Their kopi-o-kosong was average. Bitter, with little roasted flavours.

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    Ben

    cheap and good traditional Singaporean breakfast place

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    swee ling lim

    Nice drink, light bites and atmosphere…

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    Kevin KYS

    SGD3.50 for a breakfast set. Great for the start of the day.

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    Goh Jason

    Bread with butter sugar n kaya is good. Very crispy. Coffee o kosong is best. U can taste the aroma

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    Chris Chua HAI

    Great kopi and kaya butter toast. Wanton mee won’t disappoint too.

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    ChangFangNicholas Chen

    This is what breakfast could look like for you. Home made hand beaten coconut custard (kaya) on a warm slice of toast sound good to you ? Long before the sou vide egg became popular this shop has been serving perfectly soft boiled eggs without the fancy tech. Each egg is perfectly cooked and served with soya sauce or dark soya sauce and pepper . Visit as much as you can as the founders are really old and the next generation show little interest in carrying on the business.

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    Wei Song Teo

    Small and cozy traditional coffeeshop with stalls selling wanton Mee and economic bee hoon. Nothing too mind blowing but I love the black sauce wanton Mee which I had growing up.

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    MNG

    One of my favorite places for a cuppa of Teh-C. They make sure that the cup is hot so as to maintain its temperature. Small detail like this makes a place great! It is also at a quaint corner to watch the world goes by.

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    Chester Gan

    Cannot really go wrong with kaya & butter toast with soft-boiled eggs and teh peng.

    Soft-boiled eggs were cooked just right, but one of the eggs was either not that fresh or cracked slightly by accident before it arrived at my table, and the yolk had burst open.
    The toast was not toasted well enough though.
    Decent value at SG$3.90.

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    Carmen Cheang

    Superb Kopi Peng, perfectly cooked half boiled eggs and the most delicious kaya toast I’ve ever had in Singapore. The wan tan mee here is incredibly delicious too, always ended up eating way too much here!

    Hands down my go-to for a nice old school kopitiam fare, I’m here almost every week and it never disappoints!

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    Minzy Tan

    Best kaya toast in Singapore in my honest opinion. I can have 10s of it.

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    Jeremy

    Nice old style coffee shop with good half boil eggs and bread. If you want noodles they serve it too.

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    Mike Hua

    Great kaya toasts for the value, 80c each. Service is extremely quick and the staff is very friendly. Always packed with locals through the day but extremely busy during the morning.

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    Edwin Ng

    Great place for breakfast. You will meet lots of regulars here. They prepare their own kaya, fragrant and not too sweet and yes, good hainanese coffee as well. Don’t forget to try the mee Sian there as well

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    keith Tan

    Excellent kaya butter toast Cheap too! …

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    Thomas Tan

    It’s the place along Lot 41, where I grew up until I was 10 years old.
    I came back for the mouth watering fried bee hoon with deep fried fritters. And a coffee plus , their Good morning Coffee.
    A perfect setting to get you raring to go…
    Carry on Makan.

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    Ronny Lee

    Great local breakfast at 530am!

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    Jaslyn Chia

    Nice toast and coffee at a very reasonable price at this traditional coffee shop in Geylang. The soft boil eggs is perfect! Must try.

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    woei hern chan

    Love the neighbourhood vibe! Quick service. Seats get filled up fast on a morning weekday

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    Betsy Foo

    You can get a good cup of Hainanese kopi here.

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    Ribb H.

    Don’t ask me why but their donut has such a chewy interior! It’s fried just nice, no black black look where the oil has turned and tasted rancid.

    Their coffee is also SOOOOOO FRAGRANT ️ I crave for it every now and then! I suspect their roast their own beans 🫘

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    Blu

    One of the best coffeeshop soft boil eggs you can find in the east. Good eggs texture. Soya sauce is abit towards the sweet side. Drinks & toast are made with well stardards.

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    Raymond Yap

    Nice bitter old time coffee. Good toast.

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    lai kip fatt

    Very nice hainanese coffee

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    Meng Teck Tan

    Fried bee Hoon is nice and serving good traditional breakfast.

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    vick tr

    Excellent service. The toast bread coffee very tasty

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    Jonathan Khoo

    Leong Hua Wanton noodles is amazing. Get the meepok!!!

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    L L

    Kopi is aromatic. Very good!!

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    David Teo

    Authentic hainanese breakfast spot..
    Traditional hainanese coffee and kaya toast with butter and the perfect half boiled eggs
    The set is a must order for me everytime I come here.

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    Duck Lim

    Very economical with killiney style breakfast

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    Sunny Hu

    The wan tan mee is expensive and doesn’t really taste that good. Apart from the coffestall that sells economic bee hoon, nothing special.

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    So Meditation Music

    Cheap and good coffee!

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    Arun kumar Rider

    This is cafe haven

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    Daniel L

    I loved the breakfast set. So lucky to have tried their deeply roasted nanyang offee that you know they brewed well, unlike other coffeeshops. The half boiled eggs were cooked to perfection and the kaya toast came in a nice crispy and thin fashion, yet still chewy bread unlike yakun that crumbles up. I liked the bee hoon, but the chilli I think uses haebee hiam which made it a bit salty.

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    poh wei kiat

    Very old school and busy coffeeshop, their toast is very nice!

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    XJ Zz

    Coffee and bee hoon are nice. The economic bee hoon here is not as oily as some other places. The chilli that comes with it was great. Would be better is they provide vege like long beans as add-on dish as the dishes are mostly fried.

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    jiwei snow

    Kaya butter toast 80c each
    Taste 3/5
    Price 4/5
    Just because I only order 2pc of toast and no drink order for u to earn I got a pause and face of disgust from the coffee uncle.

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    Peter Chua

    Heard abt this good review and decided to try on Tuesday 0745hr.Parking is full closest to the coffeshop.. However there are parking available just down the streets.
    Coffeshop was selling wantan noodle, nasi lemak and mee hoon upon arrival.
    Bread toast (tasty, however egg was slightly overcooked) was priced at $3.40. Limited seats upom arrival. Reminded me of the Old school cafe. 2 queues merged into 1 upon payment. Looks messy but they cashier staff is experienced to tell who Orderd what.
    Wantan noodle was slightly hard and reasonable for $3.50.

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    Laosi Zhou

    Never see a kopitiam that you have to Q most of the time – good coffee

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    Lisa Ng

    A non pretentious coffee shop. Like their kaya butter toast and soft boiled eggs. Seem to be better than Yakun and other branded cafe.

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    Cheryl Chan

    Excellent service provided by a young guy! The egg and toast bring me the taste of childhood. Strongly recommended!

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    Tony Tan

    Very reasonable price.

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    J Luke

    I was told this kopitiam Is 70+ years old and still make good coffee and kaya butter toast in town!!!

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    Desmond Ng

    Tasty and affordable breakfast set available here.
    The kaya is prepared by them so I would consider this a rare find.

    I tried the wanton noodle here as well. The noodle is cooked to the best possible QQ standard.

    Will definitely come back here again!

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    Shaeen Marican

    Their kaya toast & kopi is amazing!! The old uncle that makes them puts a lot of heart into his kaya toast. One of the best I’ve tried. Sadly, it’s closed on Sundays.

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    Cassandra Sim

    Very good and tasty kaya toast. Travelled far out to the east to try it for myself with a friend visiting from America!

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    Helen Kok

    Was looking for an old school coffee shop that sells kaya toast.
    Tea and toast didn’t disappoint.

    Will definitely be back here again!

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    Jocelyn Lim

    Tried the coffee with butter in this coffee shop. Initial the taste was a bit tasty then thereafter it was OK. First time trying.. not to bad… we also ordered the fried beehoon as it looked delicious. Taste OK too. We ordered the wanton noodle locates in the coffee shop. What I liked was the taste and chillies.
    Seem back to the old days in the 80s.. just found that the noodles should cook a bit longer. Still hard to me. Overall a good experience in this coffee shop. The owner and workers were friendly. Food served fast too.

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    Aruche

    Very old school place. Has decent wanton noodles, Kaya toast, economic bee boon and good coffee.

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    David Poh

    Really nice toasts. The fried noodle and bee hoon delicious too. Crowded even on a weekday morning. Parking might be an issue.

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    Kennshi Eats

    Love the kaya toast! Teh bing was good too, a little tad too sweet to my liking but was still gao.

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    R Long

    So so only. In fact, bee hoon is not very tasty. Not worth it as ended up waiting for a seat for so-so tasting food available anywhere else. If its tasty, maybe worth the wait, but it’s not special.

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    M P

    Wanted to try the economical bee Hoon but seem not available for lunch. So end up with wanton mee which is not bad though I prefer the malaysia style. Otherwise I think it’s really quite nice if you like Eng wtm style.

    Coffee also not bad. Got the old school taste.

    Can try both if in area.

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    Wanda Aguja

    Kaya Toast!!! Not the healthiest breakfast option but sooohh YUMMM! They also sell home made kaya in jars.

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    K C Wong

    Very good coffee and butter kaya toast

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    Hazel Moore

    Craving for traditional toast at night, opened till 11pm, best in town.

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    pay chee Gan

    Been coming to this coffee shop for the last 5 years where it’s normal to share tables with friendly strangers.

    This place in run by a hardworking family and they serve one of the best tea in the area.

    Order “teh gao” for their rich tea, and you will be well rewarded with a strong perk-me-up!

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    Yu Khing Poh

    Love this place!

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    Isaac Leong

    Nice fried bee hoon

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    mrxizhe lee

    Awesome kaya toast

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    Kai R

    Best local breakfast around

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    Sophia Ho

    I love their kaya toast! Went there during tea break!

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    Theorico Aristho Malik

    Great place for nanyang coffee and wanton noodle.

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    Ádám Medvey

    Best kaya toast for your morning

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    Hoo Kelvin

    Value coffee shop for wanton mee n veg rice. Nasi Lemak also can try the chinese style

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    Ming Feng Foo

    Very surprised with the kaya butter toast! It’s so good! Was here during a Saturday afternoon, decent crowd with no queue.

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    JC Sim

    Very good local breakfast option.

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    Song Play

    I was near that area around 6.30am and went to buy noodle with egg and luncheon meat. At the same time ordered the kaya toast bread and hot coffee take away.

    I like the chilli inside the noodle, as it is taste nice and special as compared with others. As for the bread, i find it normal and not crispy enough may be due to take away. The coffee is above average. Still a nice place to go if you drive and you can park along the road side.

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    Brendon

    Great place to have weekend breakfast with different vibes at an affordable price.

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    Tryphena

    Hidden gem! One of the best local breakfasts in SG – their soft cooked eggs and kaya butter toast were good, their economic fried beehoon was good. We’re definitely coming back here!

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    Maybelle Wong

    Coffee and toast are really amazing! Kaya is handmade thus not too sweet and has the aroma of eggs.

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    Omar Shoman

    A lovely traditional place with good tea and kaya toast.

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    David Tan

    Enjoyed a cup of kopu guyou and freshly baked bread with kaya n butter. So good.

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    Benny Yeo

    The bread toast is really very good. Butter n kaya always very evenly spread n the bread comes crispy.

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    Jason Tan

    Old school eatery serving good local kopi and toast

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    Melvin Ng

    Good soft boil egg n toast also excellent. Kopi is one of the best ones. Best place for tea break.

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    Christ.E.G. Tan

    Another overhyped place (also crowded and has queues). Over 70yrs but the kopi taste no different to lousy 3in1. The toast is on the thin side and doesn’t have the “toasted” feel/taste…another dissapointment

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    shigella tan

    There are only three food stalls in this old coffee shop that has resisted the modern changes of time. Yet during lunch time it’s usually packed with people waiting for their wanton noodles or diving into their hainanese curry rice. This is also the only place where I could get my fix of fried rice with yummy luncheon meat that comes up hot from the pan with wok hei! I would rate this as one of the best wanton noodles. Quite a hassle to find parking during the peak hours but it’s worth it.

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    Soon Joo Gog

    The flower shape donut and thinly-sliced Kaya-butter toast are great. Not too sweet. Reasonable priced coffee shop with great local cuisine. Shall try the Hainanese Curry Rice, Wanton Noodle and Nasi- Lemak at the next visit

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    Johnson Wang

    The best Kaya butter toast u can find . And the soft boiled eggs are perfectly timed . Only down side is the flies near the roadside . Otherwise it’s deserves a full 5 star .

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    Kayden Tan

    Best nanyang coffee, good and cheap …

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    Song Play

    I was near that area around 6.30am and went to buy noodle with egg and luncheon meat. At the same time ordered the kaya toast bread and hot coffee take away. …

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    ConscienceEat

    Full of flies. Coffee was tasteless alike watered down. Kaya was ok.

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    Cheng-Choon Si

    Nice glass of Kopi-O and wontan noodles.

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    Ulrika Forslund

    Good & nice traditional vibe

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    Donny Wong

    The traditional coffee is very good.

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    Wensoon Woon

    Went on a weekday dinner time with no queue. Good kaya toast. Hope they can use better bread.

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    Alan Tan

    This is a great eating place to me bcus the foods available there are all my favourites, yet standard at hawkers rate also most importantly tastety. Hainanese authentic homely made foods.

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    Deddy Marzuki

    Like to have affordable breakfast here, wanton mee is recommended.

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    June C

    Kaya butter toast

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    Joe Z

    Cheap breakfast, the Mee Siam gravy is a beautiful balance of sour and spicy and not overly oily. Well priced. Easy to get a seat Saturday morning.

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    Fish Lim

    Very traditional feel coffee shop. I like the coffee and bread. Saw others having economic bihun which looks good too. Ab 10mins walk from Paya lebar mrt.

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    H W Teo

    Super nice Nanyang Coffee and Toast. Nasi Lemark, Meet Saim, Wanton Mee and Hainanise Curry Rice also very nice.

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    collin c

    The wanton mee is affordable and good. The toast bread is nostalgic. Place can be rather warm during a hot afternoon

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    G BL

    Enjoy having breakfast here. A few choices of food but still go with to economy bee Hoon.

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    Shuxian Li

    A local coffee shop where you can enjoy a cup of Teh with kaya toast. Recommended for local breakfast lover

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    hoon2304

    Excellent old school coffee shop that sells flavourful local Nanyang coffee in the strong Hainanese tradition. Must not miss the kaya with butter toast.

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    Mike Ng

    Traditional toast, eggs and beverages texture of kaya & butter is delicious melt in the mouth…

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    Vincent Wong

    Price is good service excellence

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    J F

    Awesome little place to try the local food. I had the Kaya Toast and Kopi, I couldn’t compare because this is the first time I had tried this, but it taste great!

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    Gabriel Lee Chan Yik

    It has delicious drinks and bread, also has cheap but tasty food.

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    kev koh

    Wanton noodles below std

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    Josh Kuek (#jkgourmets)

    What a lucky day to met such wonderful nostalgic local coffeeshop. Is getting difficult to find such authentic Singapore coffeeshop with classic South East Asia architecture.

    If you first visit this coffeeshop, you must try their very local taste coffee, make by experience elderly coffee maker uncle, not just coffee, their toasted bread and half boiled eggs. Surely you will taste the very interesting taste of local breakfast.

    At morning hours, they also serve economical noodles as what we locally called, simple carb and some protein or eggs, simply satisfying. They will serve popular mixed rice with variety choice of dishes during lunch and dinner.

    At this coffeeshop, you must not miss one of the very popular stall selling Wantan Noodle, served by an elderly couple. Their Wantan-Mee simply authentic with great flavor, yet charging at very affordable $4 per serving even at such high inflation economic time. In fact, I ever enjoy at $3/plate not long ago.

    The coffeeshop have lots of seats especially along the corridor, was windy and spacious. Must visit if you like such local style of eating experience.

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    EJ Ong

    Not bad toast. Good kopi. Great service crew.

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    Jolene Khor

    My favourite kopitiam in Singapore!Consistently amazing Teh C, and even better soft eggs with kaya toast. I come here every week and I can’t imagine breakfast without them.

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    Sean Eng

    Nasi lemak here is cheap and good

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    Daniel Thong

    The oldest Kopitiam in Geylang area.
    Kaya toast set is one of the best. Much better than any food court and some of the established outlets.
    Mee Siam ($2.50 only) is recommended too.
    Wanton noodle is quite good.
    I don’t mind to come here 3 times a week and try out different food.

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    Henry Agus

    Great toast and coffee, and also traditional Chinese Bee hoon. Most importantly great value for money.

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    Jason Wells

    My local coffee shop. Always busy but service is quick. People are always friendly. Open and breezy with a local buzz. Busiest times in morning and lunch.

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    YY

    Traditional coffee toast set

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    Raymond T

    Came here before 6am and this place was filled with customers! Good loti Kaya.

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    Annie Ho

    Cheap and good breakfast! The bread is really crispy on the outside and the generous amount of kaya and butter makes it even better.. will be back again!

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    Cassidy Chew

    A much better place compared to when I was there in the year 2010. Now they have the Wanton Mee which my wife likes a lot. They have the Nasi Lemak that looks good. The Mee Siam just tried, so so. They have also the toast, egg and tea set, not bad. The economy Bee Hoon looks good. One family of 4 ordered 4 plates of Bee Hoon from the stall.

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    Jasper koh

    One of my fav breakfast spot in SG

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    Arthur Toh

    Nice coffee & bread toast. Also good nasi lemak & mee siam in the mornings.

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    Kelvin Wong

    Good coffee. Friendly staff. Very accommodating with the food orders. Will make custom sandwiches for you!

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    Weng Kee Leong

    Good food at a affordable price. Value for money especially the coffee and toast. Will come again. Cheers

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    Alexander Pestana

    Best kaya toast in town …

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    Boleh Lah

    Nice old school coffee shop

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    Adeline Tan

    Their coffee and toast are so good.

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    Louise Lee

    The tea is fragrant and well brewed. The toast had generous amount of kaya and salted butter.

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    Karen

    Toast is very fragrant cos of the charcoal toast. Fried bee Hoon is also very nice. Fast and polite service.

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    Joseph Yong

    Had a leisurely afternoon coffee and toast at this joint. The coffee went neat and aroma filled. Great wholesome local flavour. The serve of toast was done to the right light brown colour. Typical home made kaya spread thinly between the slices. Plane heavenly!

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    Joyce Poh

    Old coffee shop could be hot during sunny afternoon. Despite the poor ventilation the Kaya toast and Hainanese coffee is good. A must to order waton noodle with black sauce is superb.

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    Lego

    Nice coffee and old sch cake.. the dark soya sauce they use for the egg is thick and solid..

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    Hui Ee Leo

    Early morning breakfast. There is economic bee hoon, mee siam, nasi lemak, meat porridge, kaya toast and kopi. Shiok.

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    Meng Fei Man

    Looking Singapore local breakfast? This is the place where you can order local coffee, kaya bread, nasik lemak, mee siang and wanton noddle(highly recommended). I suggest to come here before 11am because it is not hot.

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    susumu shigekawa

    Nostalgic coffeeshop with food that’s above average. Wtm and nasi lemak is good. Regardless to say the coffee, toast and eggs

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    Yong Hao Lee

    Best Place for Kaya Toast and Brewed Drinks. Nasi Lemak is cheap and delish as well.

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    Brenden Brown

    Bustling with locals. Good sign!!
    We went for a Singapore breakfast – stumbled across this spot. Food is good. Service quick. Local people all terribly friendly.
    Staff friendly and responsive.
    Would go back in a heart beat.

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    Aries Ong

    Really strong coffee and tea with home made Hainanese kaya in their toast. The wonton noodles stall is also very traditional with QQ egg noodles.highly recommended.

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    Vijayan Mahadevan

    Excellent kopi o siu tai, toasted bread with butter and soft boiled eggs.

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    raffa raihan (Refraksionisventure)

    I think breakfast here is worth a try, the taste is right on the tongue and the price is affordable, the coffee atmosphere is great, thank you for serving our breakfast…

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    Venkat Ramakrishnan

    Been coming here for coffee for past 15 years. Good place for a quick bite. Friendly people.

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    Frankie Lim

    One of the authentic coffeeshop found in Singapore.
    Great wanton noodle with superb chill.
    Authentic brkfast set ( black coffee. toasted bread with kaya butter and half boiled egg)
    Other stall like nasi lemak and hainanese curry rice are decently good too

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    Nathanael Siaoman

    The oldest coffee shop in that area, and think that alone really explains …

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    Gp Tan

    Finally visited on a rainy day & loving it
    Kaya toast with eggs are definitely old school style. Uncle is affable & friendly
    Love the wonton mee & for $4, the portion are huge & really nice
    Will be visiting soon for the rest of the items like nasi lemak, porridge & Hainan curry rice.
    Can’t wait to be back!

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    gordontan84

    Their nanyang coffee is great. The only drinkable one in Geylang area.

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    David Yong

    Half boiled eggs great, perfectly done everytime. Kopi si kosong . …

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