Review Killiney Kopitiam, 11 Upper E Coast Rd, Singapore

Review Killiney Kopitiam - Singapore 11 Upper E Coast Rd

“Good location. Indoor and outdoors seating. Big parking lot opposite. Aircon not great but they had the fans on.” or “Expected to wait for seats and a little while for your food in the morning breakfast period. Penang Kway Teow is recommended.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Killiney Kopitiam. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Killiney Kopitiam is quality.

Introduction about Killiney Kopitiam

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Background Info

  • Phone: 64437628 (+65 64437628)
  • Website: http://www.killiney-kopitiam.com/
  • Address: 11 Upper E Coast Rd, Singapore
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Detailed information of Killiney Kopitiam

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 7 AM to 8:30 PM.

Distance

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Phone number

You can reach Killiney Kopitiam at 64437628(+65 64437628). Use the hotline to contact them right away for the quickest help and resolution to your problems.

Website

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Address

You can directly come to 11 Upper E Coast Rd, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Killiney Kopitiam reviews

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Is Killiney Kopitiam good?

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“Hui Min at Killiney is excellent, she went above and beyond to help ensure sure I had a good cup of coffee & a delicious French toast for breakfast 10/10, thank you!”

“Expected to wait for seats and a little while for your food in the morning breakfast period. Penang Kway Teow is recommended.”

“Authentic Singaporean food. Made to perfection Comfort food at its best for Singaporean. They have all the local favourites all in one place. definitely recommend!”

“Good coffee, kaya toast and soft boil eggs, curry chicken are good too!”

“Good place to have your breakfast or tea-break! The staffs are friendly!”

“Ordered all this food for 2 people (except the French toast with Kaya, which was complimentary for every order over 19bucks or something). We ate it all. T'was good!”

“Traditional shop with traditional taste. Keep it up!”

“Good Place to try authentic tasty Singaporean food. Tried Curry Chicken, Kaya butter toast with coffee - very satisfying.They only have self service & you can always expect a good crowd here.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 232 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.1 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 72% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Killiney Kopitiam, 11 Upper E Coast Rd, Singapore

There is a total 232 reviews

4.1 / 5

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    Patrick

    Great breakfast. However the amount of sugar in siew dai drinks vary significantly from week to week

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    Don Lim

    Service is not what I expected

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    Agus Wiwanto

    In the cafe area in Siglap, it’s basically next to Starbucks.
    For the food and drinks, as you expect from Killiney, strong and tasty coffee. Relax ambience.
    The chee cheong fun is delicious though it has a little bit small portion. I like the way they provide condiments, you can add the sauces, sambal, sesame, soy sauce by yourself – so you can adjust the condiments as per your preference.
    They also provide a decent variety of Singapore’s traditional foods.

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    Victor Koh

    Airconned recently and it’s nice. Coffee cups got smaller, service got more rushed, and food standards reasonable. Between sitting in the nearby humid coffeeshops and this place, be here – if it’s for more than 20 mins.

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    Hak C

    A good spot for local breakfast. The menu is quite wide. They serve not only the traditional kaya toast. There is also mee siam and local breakfast noodles. There is also a menu of some basic tze char dishes.

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    Li Heng Fong

    Decent coffee shop breakfast options. Slightly pricey

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    Jacq

    My regular breakfast place in the east! Huge menu and Kopitiam is opened all day with other Singaporean local favorites. Have both indoor air conditioned seating and outdoor Alfresco seating available. Parking is available opposite at the public car park.

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    wincs

    Has variety of food options. Seating area could get warm when crowded.

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    Nikki Cheung

    Excellent breakfast set with good price

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    Jeffrey Ng

    Good place for local coffee and some local breakfast..Been here for many years.. a local joint

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    Henry Lee

    Food and drinks are the same as other outlets but on weekends have to wait a bit longer.

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    Sean Ho

    Cosy kopitiam with decent food.

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    Suzanna Wong

    Most authentic coffee and local dishes . I love the take home packs (which got to bring overseas). Busy place but quick service. The kaya toast was a tad dry the day I tired but I heard the mee rebus iis delicious . Some of the Popular dishes (chee cheung fun and otak) do sell out so worth to drop by early .

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    Shang Yen See

    Kaya toast is awesome. And the kopi…

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    Longs Ng

    Great local cuppa coffee

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    lee siong

    OK only order coffee n bread but need to collect 2 time.

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    Thomas Tan

    Nice coffee and roti peng with eggs.
    Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
    It’s very Hainanese, proud in every of their dishes done. Fm Mee rebus or mee siam.
    Killeney does it well.

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    Veronica Phua

    Let’s face it – not all branches of popular F&B brands are created equal. We for one, consider the Killiney Kopitiam in Siglap to be the best for food amongst those we have visited.
    The fried noodles at this outlet are especially well done and consistently so. I find they even beat many of the “zi char” and hawker stalls’ to be honest.
    Sometime this week, we had dropped by for the Beef Hor Fun ($8.50) and Hainanese Fried Bee Hoon ($7.50). Both heaved with such intense “wok hei” and were so flavourful, I felt compelled to ask the young lady who took our order for the name of the cook responsible, so I could convey my appreciation (his name’s Ah Xiang).
    So if you fancy the “wet” style of beef stirfried with broad ribbons of rice noodles, I reckon the one here is a must-try. Not only is there a generous serving of meat (sliced thin to omit reliance on tenderiser), the fragrant preserved black bean-full gravy which is loaded with garlic, is the kicker.
    T.H. always gets the Hainanese Fried Bee Hoon and tops it with a fried egg. I like the dish very much too but these days, it is the Beef Hor Fun that’s the apple of my eye.

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    Hannah Nicolette Wong

    Nice tea and green bean soup. But quality can be inconsistent.

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    Cstay

    Excellent coffee and food

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    mi suk gil

    Not so friendly to young kids

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    Lionel Lau

    Crowded, cramped. Okay food

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    Pris Lim

    Hainanese Bee Hoon is too salty! Experienced it 3 times already!!

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    Eugene

    Nice place to chat over a good cup of coffee.

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    Jason Tan

    Cant go wrong at killiney fot a local breakfast. I generally dont like the kaya here. It is a little too eggy for me. But the fried bee hoon is great.

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    Asher Ramachandran (Chestnoot)

    Cool but staff not that sociable

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    Elvis Wong

    Love their traditional coffee and toast varities.

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    Keng Wee

    Expected to wait for seats and a little while for your food in the morning breakfast period.

    Penang Kway Teow is recommended.

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    Tony Lieow

    Ok thanks

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    Lau Kim Hai

    Didn’t tie the 3 packets of Tea properly. It spills onto the plastic bag. What worst, the plastic bag leaks. Could have done better in ensuring Quality.
    This happened at Killiney Siglap. Wanted to feedback on it but they Hangup their phone???

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    Sabrina Lai

    Only the aircon was good! …

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    Adriana Tan

    Ordered the san lao horfun and fried dumplings. I was very hungry but I didn’t finish the horfun cos it was so bland and fish slices tasted fishy. I had to add green chilli in order to eat. Dumplings had so little fillings. Horfun costs $5+ and dumplings cost $6+ , totally not worth the purchase. Will not buy these again.

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    Sherin Koh

    pricy local fare, but the standard of food is consistent and good.

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    C Gan

    This place used to be good. But lately, the service and food quality is rather poor. The Hainanese Bee Hoon that i used to eat had always served 2 big prawns. For this price, i would expect the prawns to be consistent.
    However, today you get less for what you pay for. (See photo – where there is one small prawn or more like a shrimp, instead of a normal prawn). What surprises me is that they cleverly hide this under the bee hoon when you collect the food. There is this notion that the cook is embarrassed to give you this shrimp but yet, they want to maintain to give the 2 prawns as depicted in the photos.
    All in all, i think the owners need to reconsider whether they want to continue to be trustworthy, and whether they want to maintain the reputation as an old cafe which serves good food, or they want to run this place with just “profit” in mind…The choice is theirs, but as an old faithful customer, i would advise them to maintain their standards or else they will end up like those Killiney outlets that have to close down due to market forces.

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    Yibin Ng

    I stay in the east and this is the best place to go to get your penang char kway teow. I have been told by Malaysians it is as authentic as it comes!

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    Kelvin Toh

    great place

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    colin goh (小光)

    Choice of foods are good

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    S S (Señor Travellér)

    Originally came here a lot, but now less so, food lacking some flavour sometimes

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    Hee Suk Lee

    typical local for small bites and coffee

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    WiLian Yeo

    Lots of local variety dishes and taste good too. Our new go to places for local breakfast

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    Nicholas Teo

    Cosy place for a cup of tea

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    Darrshan Bhaskaran

    ok place bt less option

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    Dag Dale

    Good local food with traditional tastes. Received a pleasant surprise of a free French toast with kaya as our bill was over 20 dollars.

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    Gerhard J Mayer

    old fashioned with great kopi

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    Colin Chin

    Great local food. Affordable prices. No nonsense.

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    CHRIS Lee

    Used to be good. But standard dropped much. Food taste not consistent. Now having self-svc pick up counter for coffee and food. But coffee normally not quickly ready. Pickup point very cramped. Have to wait at table to pick up once for coffee, then 2nd time for food.

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    Andrew H

    Excellent service from the staff. Food are tasty and flavorful. They came out fast and piping hot. Coffee drinks are strong. Place is air-conditioned and clean.

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    Rich C.

    The coffee tastes better than another local traditional brand. The food is nice and generous portion. The staff are friendly. And the restaurant is cooling and clean. To top it up, there’s a big open-air public car park opposite.

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    kok long Ang

    Good place to stop by for a cup of local coffee or tea. Also serving local hawker delicacies so it’s a one-stop place to experience Singapore food. Easily accessible by public bus and there’s also a carpark just opposite.

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    Worthy Tan

    The variety food is limited. Worker attitude has room for improvement. Place is rather run down. It is an upkeeping issue.

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    Boon Leng Teo

    Clean and comfortable, with air of traditional practicality. Reasonable prices, but quality is just slightly better than satisfactory. Order n immediate payment at counter. Most food posted or displayed is available.

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    Tim Zhuang

    Good cheap food, particularly the very reliable Penang Char Kway Teow. Service sometimes dour.

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    fs g

    Good local food in aircon comfort.

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    Johnny Ong

    Traditional shop with traditional taste. Keep it up!

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    Dr.Ken Mansukhani

    For local food standard, damn pricy. For local food taste, our heartland kopitiams will give this joint a good whack. Pick the kopitiams ladies and gentlemen. Cheaper and tastier. Good day all!!

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    David Chong

    Used to be only Toast breads and beverage. It has transform into Zhi Char cafe. Well done!

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    Shanying Wang

    Good place for nanyang coffee

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    J

    Breakfast place of choice

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    Kannan Kumaran

    Hainanese fried bee Hoon is fantastic. Do order!!

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    Simon Ximat

    Food standard goes up and down, perhaps base on the people in the kitchen. The new service lady is not having good attitude.

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    Praveen Kumar

    Nice place

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    Sally Tan

    Friendly staff and good coffee and toast. Heart the fried carrot cake, french toast, white bee hoon, Hainanese pork chop w curry veg. One down side, they only accept cash.

    Update: Their Hainanese pork chop change to Hainanese fatty pork三辰肉. Kaya butter french loaf also change slightly no longer crispy…Lesser stuff for me to order now =.=!

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    Eddie Khoo

    Nice Ayam Penyet, like the homemake chilli. Open carpark opposite.

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    PYT YT

    Authentic local fares

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    Lee Soon Guan

    Like all Killiney Kopitiam, sells local favourite delights albeit pricier. Food is good.

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    Ronnie Yeo

    Always my favourite place for breakfast in the morning with my favourite drink to start the day right. I cant find any other place with this unique taste of their tea and thats why I have to have my weekly dosage of it, at least. =)

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    Jimmy Tang

    Eat local dishes in the aircon comfort environment

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    cystal ina

    Microwave my curry chicken

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    Jasper Soh

    Nice place to sit and have coffee

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    Kenneth Wong

    Love the French toast and French loaf here. If you want something fuller, then go for the hainanese bee Hoon. Awesome wok hei stuff! Food served rather quickly too.

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    T irupathi

    Nice ambience and good food. The staff can be friendlier.

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    Jaclyn Chan

    Best killiney outlet so far.

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    yip mich

    Good tasting local food store located at a heart of singapore’s relaxing residence.

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    Han Seah Sim

    Aircon place now but prices increase as well. Food is average and could improve.

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    Raymond Yap

    Nice coffee. They also serve other dishes

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    Raymond Ang

    Well done good protocol with C19 entry.

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    Ramanathan Chandran

    French Toast with butter and delicious home-made kaya is THE BEST.

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    EJ Ong

    Comfort food kaya.

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    Hung kong Chan

    Price of coffee has gone up, but taste has come down.

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    James R

    Ok. Enjoyable local food at reasonable pricee

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    Koh Brenda

    Only thing different is …its air con.

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    Annabelle C.

    Ate a few times, I noticed that whenever I order mee siam or lontong, I’ll be having the tummy runs. Went there on Wed to takeaway lontong and i had diarrhea and vomited, once each. They also forgot to add the lontong rice in the food. Also, they only accept CASH payments. Not a good place to go if you ran out of cash. No serviettes provided too if you decide to dine-in the last minute and didn’t bring tissue out with you. Only nice thing i like here is their kaya toast.

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    Mark Hill

    if you would like quality tea and coffee with good kaya toast… this is the place..

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    winson chng

    I like this store. On the old East Coast Road, the coffee with Nanyang taste is quite petty. A cup of coffee O is $1.60, and there are many choices of local snacks. A great place to chat with friends.

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    ERiC

    Good simple local food. Killiney Kopitiam is one of the oldest coffee shop in Singapore.

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    Muralytharan Krishnan

    Good place

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    Azmy Rizman Ali

    Cosy and old school place. Perfect if halal certified.

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    CAMELITA DE MELLO

    It was good

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    Raveendran P

    Comfortable. Nice place to catch up for a chat

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    Andrew Chong

    This is one of the more popular traditional coffee shops. Food like curry chicken, mee siam, penang char kuay tiao and carrot cake, etc., are available too. One can order stir fried dishes as well. They are all reasonably priced and weekends are usually very crowded. Good mid-ranged coffee shop to while away your time sipping traditional tea or coffee.

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    Grace Neo

    Love the vibe

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    Sidewinder

    Service was good as usual but food like char kway teow was really bad.

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    Sarindar Kaur Frost

    Great service good food

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    Roy Chan

    Half-boiled eggs are not fresh. Despite showing the counter staff, they insist it is perfect. Quite disappointed with the dishonest attitude.

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    Stephanie Ann Kessler

    Wait time is not too long. But staff expect you to be clairvoyant and know that. They could do with a dose of a happy pill!

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    Zhe Ming

    Amazing place for a good morning coffee and breakfast with traditional toast and many other selections!

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    Ben Sng

    Great local coffee. Food too! Like the San lau hor fun.

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    Mary Tan

    Food is yummy… cashier very polite and friendly.. helpful too.. yummy is good

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    iw yang

    Excellent Malaysian food. Parking is coupon just opposite.

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    Connie Lim

    I like the selection of local food available here. They are simple, fuss free and so far taste very decent Reasonably priced and service is quick. The French Loaf Kaya Toast is crispy and soft inside. Very generous kaya. My favourite here is still the French Toast! There’s a public car park just across the road so yes very convenient for drivers.

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    Maurice Lee

    Our regular breakfast place in Siglap. My family and I patronized this place for years. It is situated along Upper East Road and is near the Soy Eu Tuay coffee shop. The customer service is below average but you need to be realistic. They are known for their toast and kaya. It is not fine dining. There used to be male cashier who is very rude but he has been missing off late. The place is minimalist in decorations. I had the toast set and changed the drink to Milo Kosong. The food is good. My wife had the fried bee hoon and it came out right with the wok hei. The tea is also good. This is a place to go for some decent food at a reasonable price. It is the work horse for meals.

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    Adam Tan

    Carrot cake and coffee is great but sometimes inconsistent tho…dont miss out the french loaf w kaya butter!

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    thomas tan

    0ne of the great Koffi Greats in Singapore. Roti Peng, so flavourful with
    Kaya n butter. Eggs boiled to your delights w their special black sauzed.
    Dipped the roti into the eggs and slurped it…. it’s so so shiok.
    And follow up with a mouthful of their Teh siew tai. It’s a wowl effect.
    Take time and enjoy… Karry on makan.

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    Nicole Goh

    A nice air-conditioned “kopitiam” in Siglap. Food is okay, acceptable. If you’re in the area and craving for hawker food, you can get it here. However, don’t expect the traditional “wok hei” from their hokkien mee and char kuay tiao!

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    Ivy

    My regular breakfast place after dropping my kids to school. Must say this is the best Killiney in Singapore. Much more food selection as compared to the original @Killiney road. Must Try the carrot cake and Hainamese bee hoon.

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    Jessica Khong Xuan Yu

    So so

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    Royston Toh

    One of the best Killiney

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    John Muzi

    One of the treasures of Singapore

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    Mustafa Burhani

    Neighbourhood coffeeshop, with local food…Singapore style

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    M Aquino (M)

    Good food. Reasonable price. Great neighborhood ambience.

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    Liz G

    Mee rebus, mee siam, penang kway teow and curry chicken are above average. The staff are friendly.

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    Matthew Tan

    Nice cozy breakfast place. Staff might not be exactly chirpy in the morning

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    cecilia goh

    Not a bad place for local food. Love the penang char kway to. Local coffee can have unique special request like “coffee, add sweet with condensed milk” etc. Often, I get my coffee not done what I ordered. But it’s okay. Staff is nice to redo it.
    Can be quite crowded and had to eat at the hawker beside it.

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    Jacq

    My regular breakfast place in the east! Huge menu and Kopitiam is opened all day with other Singaporean local favorites. Have both indoor air conditioned seating and outdoor Alfresco seating available. Parking is available opposite at the public car park.

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    Leonard Chong

    Friendly service but prices keep going up.

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    Roger Lim

    Very decent Nonya food with very good Nanyang coffee and tea

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    Thisen Rau

    Good place to have your breakfast or tea-break! The staffs are friendly!

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    louise fon

    Used to be better! Pls keep up the food quality! The wok hei is missing from the char koay teow.

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    Nick Doggett

    Very good food at reasonable prices. Nice setting. Can choose indoor or outdoor (non aircon) seats.

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    Rui Yi Gan

    a bit bias… love the location and food here.

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    Naomi Tien

    Ordered all this food for 2 people (except the French toast with Kaya, which was complimentary for every order over 19bucks or something). We ate it all. T’was good!

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    Meng Leong Tay

    My favourite place for local dish – mee siam, mee rebus etc

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    Vivian Dsouza

    Excellent tea and kaya toast. Friendly staff, basic but very cozy ambience.

    The food is also quite good.

    One of my favourite places to go after a long walk. The AC does an amazing job sheltering from the outside heat.

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    rita shantilal

    Besides the great tea and coffee , there is a wide selection of local dishes. Good chefs and capable manager, Timothy. Keep up the good work Timothy!

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    Jimmy Choo

    High prices for simple hawker fare.

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    시냇가에심은나무

    Fast service and decent taste

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    Paul Wee

    We had the coffee there. Environment is nice and cool and it was not crowded on a weekday. I’d go again and try the food.

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    Robert Ooi

    Poor. Told cashier that one egg was of poor quality as upon breaking shell it was watery. Brought the egg to cashier and waited for replacement but after more than 5 min. no
    One came to replace my egg. After that I left.

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    David Zeng

    Super crowded on weekend mornings.

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    Bob Goh

    Best local coffee along with the traditional toast (with butter and “kaya”).

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    MC O

    Food so so, bought chicken chop .. it just plan rice with fried chicken and its $7.5.. there no sauce.

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    Peter Lye

    Great variety of food and local coffee! Ample parking.

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    KS Chak

    Kopi not as good as I remembered… But overall good spread.

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    Geoffrey Tay

    great place to have coffee and toast

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    Daniel Eu

    Delicious curry chicken, bee Hoon and kaya.

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    Aik Lim Low

    Beyond what they are known for, the kopi and the bread toast, KK does many local favourites very well too — the fried noodles, the mee rebus, mee siam etc. Pricier than those served by hawker stalls but the food is cooked well.

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    Natarajan B

    Very friendly staff

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    David Yip

    Local coffee chain throughout Singapore. Good selection of local dishes served all day. Local coffee is excellent.

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    Nick Foo

    Nice cosy place. Good coffee and toast. Also serves cooked food

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    Thomas Teo

    Can request for vegetarian food without garlic, onion & egg.. …

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    TC Chuan

    Has Famous Hawker Stall at Cheap Price but prepare to wait

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    Melvinder Singh Wahla

    Kaya toast is nice but they dont provide serviette, which is surprising considering the price.

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    San Lo

    Good local food

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    Fabrice Reynaud

    Great place but why putting AC so strong and who’s got this weird idea to put the glass door ?!

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    Jthia

    Food quality has deteriorated so much

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    Stephanie Chan

    Penang char kway teow was Yum!

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    Ernest Goh

    Best Kopi and toast bread. Still very good.

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    Amanda Lau

    Hui Min at Killiney is excellent, she went above and beyond to help ensure sure I had a good cup of coffee & a delicious French toast for breakfast 10/10, thank you!

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    Sharin Nair

    Good Place to try authentic tasty Singaporean food. Tried Curry Chicken, Kaya butter toast with coffee – very satisfying.They only have self service & you can always expect a good crowd here.

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    Henry Chua

    Food okay, serving can slow due to crowd.

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    Penelope C

    Good service and excellent teh-c!

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    Adrian Tay

    Regular breakfast spot. No frills, good food, affordable prices.

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    nash masagus

    Nice chicken curry to go either with bread or rice, they also have quite few traditional toast to choose from

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    Ken Ramchandani

    Good Mee Siam, good tea coffee and kaya butter toast. Reasonable prices. Parking across the road.

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    Jason Hang

    Cozy and idyllic place to have local coffee and food.

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    Maurice Lee

    Our regular breakfast place in Siglap. My family and I patronized this place for years. It is situated along Upper East Road and is near the Soy Eu Tuay coffee shop. The customer service is below average but you need to be realistic. They are known for their toast and kaya. It is not fine dining. There used to be male cashier who is very rude but he has been missing off late. The place is minimalist in decorations. I had the toast set and changed the drink to Milo Kosong. The food is good. My wife had the fried bee hoon and it came out right with the wok hei. The tea is also good. This is a place to go for some decent food at a reasonable price. It is the work horse for meals.

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    Dae Karl Darren Moa

    The staffs are friendly and courteous. We had mee Siam and tea C kosong. They were delicious, splendid and filling. The butter chicken rice did not turn out that well for me. The rice and chicken were on the soggy side. All in all, we enjoyed ourselves.

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    William Lau

    Always Great coffee & tea

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    Mei Chia

    Good variety of local fare tho a tad pricy. Noisy when half full already but still ok for a nice kopi/teh plus toast and if you like, eggs too.

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    Davin Chang

    Authentic Singaporean food. Made to perfection
    Comfort food at its best for Singaporean.
    They have all the local favourites all in one place. definitely recommend!

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    Hadi Tan

    Another Killiney branch. Sell more food than coffee n bread

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    Kwok Siong Teh

    Great selection of local food in one place.

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    Yuh Sheng Tay

    Nice food

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    Reenan Bernabe

    Good taste

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    Norman Karim

    East place

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    K Yeo

    Shophouse unit with Aircon section and alfresco section. Stools and stone-top tables reminiscent of old style kopitiam. Slightly cramped as the tables are placed close to one another. Offers variety of local food such as fried bee hoon, hor fun, carrot cake, toast and eggs. Taste good. Service was slow for the eggs and toast and had gotten some customers frustrated. Nonetheless, Kaya toast was thick, crispy outside and soft inside. French toast came with Kaya and butter too.

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    Robert Chew

    Was one of the original and best kaya toasts

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    Len Ng

    Coffee shop beverages. Many local hawker fare too.

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    Melvin Tay

    Homely selection of local heritage delights and an authentic kopitiam setting but with air-conditioning for comfort.

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    Merican Melic

    Lost its charm

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    Vinit Sarangdhar

    A value for money place for breakfast and local delights.

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    Sebastian Wang

    Wide selection of local dishes. French toast and Penang Kway Teow were really good. Very small place though, so will have to wait a long while during peak breakfast period.

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    Gabriel Ng

    Good food

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    Rachel Ling

    tea and coffee is always good

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    Chris Chang

    This kiliney kopitiam has really one of the most variety I have seen! It is almost like a restaurant. Food taste good with plenty of choices. Loved it!

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    M W Tong

    Curry chicken and Hainanese pork chops to try

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    Kwok Cheong Loh

    Familiar comfort food

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    Jackson Koh

    Penang kway teow

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    DAFFODILUK

    Coffee is nice

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    Mjelva Ong

    Coffee, kaya toast and soft boiled egg. Yum. But of course the food across the road is cheaper.

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    Sherman Ho

    Good location. Indoor and outdoors seating. Big parking lot opposite. Aircon not great but they had the fans on.

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    Huang Sc

    Food, depending on what you order is alright but one certainly can’t say the same for their fish and chips. It is confusing when employee asks u to wait for the toast at the self collection while another states u need to wait at the table after u ordered.
    Need reminders to clear the food left behind previous patrons, but in all fairness the tray should have been returned to the counter after eating. Rude male employee gave a death stare when I returned my food tray

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    Chiew Chey

    Great food great coffee

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    Thaddaeus Kwok

    Not bad. Local food. Great for having breakfast. But there’s usually quite a number of people there and tables are small. But now, it is airconditioned. Finally.

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    Eng Ann Lee

    One of the best Killiney Kopitiam in Singapore. Serve with good local coffee and good varieties of food for morning breakfast.

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    Choon Hou Tew

    Enjoying same old Kaya Butter Toasts with same favourite “Kopi Siew Dai or Kopi C”. Future, must try the popular food items on its lunch menu!

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    Mayurkumar Shah

    Nice

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    Deanne Koh

    Like their rich butter toast, Char Kueh Teow and fried carrot cake.

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    Amanda Quek

    Tp char kway teow n bought their Kaya. Friendly service.

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    Weijing Cheng

    Food is decent but they still don’t except cashless payments in this day and age. Even the brick and mortar coffee shop beside them operated by pioneer generation folks can adapt. Please start sometime it’s already 2022.

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    Ettore Palazzi

    The food is good and nor exspensive.

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    Jerry Koh

    Food is great

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    Cornelius Kwok

    Nice and cozy Killiney Kopitiam branch. Service is a little slow and food is a little blend (esp. the fried rice). However, the breakfast sets us pretty good and they serve really good french toasts. Will recommend you to come here if you are around the corner.

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    Tomomi Hamaguchi

    Kaya toast is okay, but the food menu is also popular.

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    Charles Gooi

    Food OK but service can be improved.

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    Desmond Ng

    Fantastic coffee

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    SC P/L

    A franchise of Killiney Kopitiam. Food are of hawker or street food type.

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    Gayathri Suunil

    No better place than Killiney for breakfast. Authentic Singapore coffee and kaya toast.

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    Pipsy-A

    keya toast not nice and lontong was salty.

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    Su Poh

    Coffee and tea fantastic. Service crew has trouble remembering how to smile though

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    Yoke Tan

    Great place for a local coffee and a chat. Good choice of local cooked 煮炒dishes. Call ahead if you want to Tapao or risk long wait

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    P L Wong

    Good for tea time. Too long a wait for food during lunch hours due to many grab, uber, n many alike delivery takeaway.

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    Jack Ng

    Excellent Fried Keow Teow

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    Kalv

    One of our favourite place for morning coffee. Enjoy chatting with staff and regular patrons. Coffee and food is better than Killiney Katong

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    LS A

    Come here for a good strong brew.

    Usually not full in the afternoon so it’s a good place to hang out

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    Stelle Chiang

    Food was bland.

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    Kent Wu

    Good selections. Great for all day meals. Fast service.

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    Clara Teo

    Love their friendly staff and yuanyang here!

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    sander herden

    Great little place.

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    Gan Jerry

    Nice place for meal be it breakfast, lunch or dinner although breakfast can be crowded. Very good local coffee and tea. Also serve good local food. A must try is the mee siam and mee rebus.

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    Odelia Tan

    Good place for tea break

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    P H XxX

    Been there for more than 10 years. Prices have increased tremendously. Food is consistent – Laska, Penang Cha Qua tiao and mee siam. When I need comfort food or a quick fix am always there.

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    Frances Chua

    Have variety of good food.

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    Jughead Jones

    The coffee, mee siam was good but Hainanese pork chop with curry was terrible. Pork chop was those factory-made kind with a strange orange colour and obviously frozen. And the curry was watery. What a let-down.

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    S Ho

    Aircon place for Breakfast.

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    Wei Kong Leong

    Loved the curry chicken and teh!

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    Kam Patel

    Coffee is good.

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    Ella Chandra

    The prawn noodles are the best

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    Johnny Torres

    Amazing !!! Champion’s Breakfast
    The Kopi C (robusta coffee and evaporated milk) the best I’ve ever tasted.

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    Timothy Kirima

    Great coffee!

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    ahwei lim

    Food deteriorated. Pork chop tasted like…. Frozen, then fried with STALE oil.

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    Patrick Poh

    Good tea, good food. Nothing much to complain. A few carparks for drivers to choose from too. The fried bee hoon has very generous fresh ingredients and didn’t taste too oily. Kaya toast was great too. Will definitely be back to visit again. If only they can accept non cash digital payments!

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    Alvine A

    I tried the Ayam Fish, the curry chicken, the mee Siam; always good. My last meal with a Kopi, i paid less than 10 SGD. Very affordable and good

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    Varun Soni

    Good local food

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    Maricon Diaz

    Very nice food

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    Devin Tai

    Good coffee, kaya toast and soft boil eggs, curry chicken are good too!

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    Dave Lee

    Good place for nice meals….. variety of food choices….chze char, western dishes also.

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    steven lim

    Local food fare such as Mee siam, Carrot cake, french toast and soft cook eggs are favourites here.

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    Veronica Phua

    Let’s face it – not all branches of popular F&B brands are created equal. We for one, consider the Killiney Kopitiam in Siglap to be the best for food amongst those we have visited.
    The fried noodles at this outlet are especially well done and consistently so. I find they even beat many of the “zi char” and hawker stalls’ to be honest.
    Sometime this week, we had dropped by for the Beef Hor Fun ($8.50) and Hainanese Fried Bee Hoon ($7.50). Both heaved with such intense “wok hei” and were so flavourful, I felt compelled to ask the young lady who took our order for the name of the cook responsible, so I could convey my appreciation (his name’s Ah Xiang).
    So if you fancy the “wet” style of beef stirfried with broad ribbons of rice noodles, I reckon the one here is a must-try. Not only is there a generous serving of meat (sliced thin to omit reliance on tenderiser), the fragrant preserved black bean-full gravy which is loaded with garlic, is the kicker.
    T.H. always gets the Hainanese Fried Bee Hoon and tops it with a fried egg. I like the dish very much too but these days, it is the Beef Hor Fun that’s the apple of my eye.

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    Meredith Lay

    The taste of food is not consistent at all. Sometimes it taste ok sometimes bland. The guy standing at the counter not friendly at all.

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    Ramon Jutaviriya

    Curry rice is not bad!

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