I shall keep this simple. Head down and order a cup of kopi, one kaya butter bun and a plate of bee hoon. After downing these 3 items, you will know why it's worth this rating. There is a queue always on the morning but...More
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Was here for afternoon tea. The kopi and teh were so so but the toast bun was surprisingly great! They made the buns fresh from oven every now and then. We could already smell the nice buns from the kitchen the moment we stepped into...More
This is a fantastic local place you shouldn't miss. Tea, bread, and breakfast was excellent ! Ensure not to miss this if you want an authentic experience and taste of Singapore.
Friendly staff and great choice of local food, but what keeps the place full, is the outstanding value. Traditional chicken rice is $4 (steamed or roast) and a truly refreshing lime juice drink $1.50. So good, we ate here twice in the one day, breakfast...More
Beautiful Kaya buns and coffe served cheap and fast with an authentic feeling resteraunt. Great for a cheap eat of a morning! Kaya buns or soft boiled eggs with dark soy are a bit. Cost was about $6 for 2 coffe's, 2 kaya buns and...More
This place is not only well known for its homemade kueh (coated by brown sugar coconut which is only available on weekends), but also very famous for its incredible rude service from their staff whom unfortunately are non-locals!!! The business is extremely good, always seeing...More
Simple decently priced and old school Sungapore food. Noodles in the morning is consistently good but the queue can be daunting. Their freshly made bread goes well with the homemade Kaya, or ask to have a luncheon meat, otak or egg bun. Homemade tarts and...More