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7 Maxwell Road
#02-95 Amoy Street Food Centre
Singapore 069111

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05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

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This Hainanese kopi stall started at Lau Pa Sat in 1964 before relocating to its current premise at Amoy Street Food Centre in 1997. Made of robusta beans that were ground in-house, the coffee is thick and robust. Would be perfect if the coffee is a tad sweeter to bring out the full flavors, on the bitter side. Try their kaya French Toast that’s toasted over charcoal!

Price: $1


Authentic Hainanese French Toast soaked with egg wash and grilled over a charcoal stove. Perfect to have it together with their homemade pandan flavour kaya.

I read some articles that this stall was still toasting their bread with charcoal, but their kaya toast strangely didn't seem to have any charcoal aroma. Maybe they only use charcoal in the morning, while lunch they use the electric stove? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Will return for one more try, hopefully I get my kaya toast toasted with the charcoal stove!

Rating: 2.5 / 5

Decent local coffee. Will return to try their charcoal toasted bread! 🙂

Found at #amoyfoodcentre, the French toast here is a fluffy bread coated with lots of egg and toasted over charcoal fire (unlike the usual pan-fried version). This gives it a nice charcoal aroma, and the bread pairs well with homemade kaya sauce that is just the right level of sweetness.
📍Ah Seng Hai Nam Coffee, #02-95, Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road


Ah Seng (Hai Nam) Coffee is probably one of the very few stalls left in Singapore that toasts their bread over charcoal. Apart from the usual kaya toast, which was great, they do French toasts too. In fact, I like their version better than the legit French ones that are pan-fried in butter; these are merely soaked in egg and grilled - simple but delicious. The result is an eggy toast with smoky flavour, complemented with a serving of their sweet, homemade pandan kaya. Yummy!