941 Upper Serangoon Road
The Coffee Shop by Yaowarat
Singapore 534709

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09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

09:30am - 09:00pm

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This definitely isn’t a breakfast with Tiffany affair - the prices are much too pocket friendly, for one. Being set in a humble coffeeshop at Upper Serangoon, they manage to pull off breakfast sets under $10 and that’s a definite draw.

The rösti and sausages I had were decent, though I’ve definitely had better rostis - it felt as though the heat of their pan was too high and though it produced a nice char, the insides were not fully cooked. The sausage was great, no complaints there.

If you’re not picky about ambience and live close enough that this isn’t a huge trek for you, I’d recommend a visit here.

8/10 food wasn’t bad enough to deter me from coming back to give the others a try!

Affordable big breakfast in the heartlands! Rosti was definitely my fave as it was perfectly crispy. It was also fairly thick. Bratwurst was crunchy and juicy too.

A very good and affordable brunch at Kovan. Discovered this gem while wandering around at the area, waiting for the famous punggol nasi lemak to open.

Rosti is crispy and soft at the right places! Doubt you can find such a great Rosti at such a price in Singapore!

Rating: 8/10
Price: $9/pax

The main highlight on the menu should be the Chicken Chop, with almost every other table ordering it. This was done up the local-hawker style of western food, where a huge piece of tender and succulent chicken chop was drowning in a pool of brown sauce. Utterly flavourful and boasting a slight char, I can see myself coming back for this again if I am ever craving for local coffeeshop style chicken chop, rivalling the ah beng western at Hougang (if you know, you know). This also comes with a side of soggy french fries and mashed potato topped with bacon bits, which was unimpressive but hey, I blame the chicken chop for stealing the limelight.

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Situated not far away from Lola's Cafe is The Breakfast Club, which serves up brunch offerings all day, adding on to the competition for Lola given its very reasonable price tag. Spotting a name like that, one can't walk away without ordering their brunch items, which was what me and my friends did. While very affordably priced, I can't say their Breakfast Plate is the best brunch out there. Loaded with the classic ensemble of breakfast food such as scrambled eggs, cherry tomatoes, baked beans, sauteed mushrooms, bratwurst and french toast which you could swapped for pancakes, this was pretty decent fare, with nothing much to shoutabout.


This stall sells all of my guilty pleasures that I'm always tempted to order at restaurants even though breakfast food is so easy to make yourself.

HOWEVER, I find rosti difficult to make because you have to keep your shredded potatoes bone dry, and deep fry them taters while covered while resisting the urge to peek at them before they're done.

This rosti was ON POINT on so many levels! It was crispy on the outside without being too oily as rostis tend to be (cough Marche cough), while the potatoes within were perfectly al dente without being too hard nor mushy. Yum.