YY Kafei Dian

227 Reviews
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885 Wishlisted

Kaya Bun

$1.20 · 68 Reviews

The set @$4.3 seems stiff, don't judge till your 1st bite, the taste will convince u is worth it. The bun is pillow soft inside, crispy outside, the Kaya is made of brown sugar not so sweet but very aromatic. The home roast kopi is A1 too. Great stuff !!!

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You can have this for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and every single time, this never fails to disappoint as the homemade toasted bun with the spread of Hainanese kaya and slab of butter is just a magical combination. With a slight crisp exterior and a pillowy soft inside, the moment you sink your teeth into it will just make you want to go for the next bite sooner. Pair it with a cup of kopi/teh and this will transform any day to become better.
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✨ YY Kafei Dian
📍 37 Beach Road, Unit 01-01, Singapore 189678
🍴 [Self Funded]

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$1.20

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Haven’t been back to this place ever since the queues got so mad .

It used to be really quite nice and quiet 🤫 with manageable queues.

Like their white bee Hoon which is tasty and not greasy and you get to choose the type of egg that you like ( whether more cooked or more runny ) and the auntie at the service counter is always very accommodating.

The fluffy buns with kaya are faultless and needless to comment more .

What I found intriguing was the queue system .

After queuing for your bread and coffee - then you gotta queue at the bee Hoon / noodles counter for Your bee Hoon .

Isn’t that double queuing ? 🤣 not so time effective for a solo diner like me - no one to spilt the “ queuing work “ with .

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💬: Big fucking addiction to this and I've been yapping about this every weekend to my boyfriend, wanting him to bring me but it never worked...... until my mum requested this for Mother's Day dinz looool biased dog dia

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I have been there countless times over the years, and each time my order will usually be the same few, as with the others in the long snacking queue. Besides the claypot ee-mian and sugar doughnuts, the latter with a fluffy texture and lightly coated with sugar, the one thing that you cannot miss out on ordering are their in-house baked buns that have been slathered with a layer of Hainanese kaya and a slab of butter added during the bread toasting for good measure. You can hardly find such classic coffeeshops these days, so head on down and get a slice of tradition.
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✨ YY Kafei Dian
📍 37 Beach Road, Unit 01-01, Singapore 189678
🍴 [Self Funded]

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Crispy noodles! The dish gave me wedding dinner vibes (Chinese menu) vibes! The prawn and clams were quite fresh, but some of the fish slices were a little fishy. Nonetheless, the sauce was very flavourful, and I’m glad it’s not very starchy. Not a bad lunch option!

Back here for their Kaya Buns and Donuts.
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Location: 37 Beach Rd, #01-01, Singapore 189678
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This place served the best kaya / peanut buns in town! Crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Drinks, toast and eggs are ordered separately. Old school traditional coffeehouse, crowded most of the time. Queues can be seen on weekend morning even before they are open for business.

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Be prepared for long queues and scramble for the next available table. This old shop has hordes of diehard fans who will be queuing from 7.30am when they open. The toasted buns with kaya are the best, forget Toast Box and Yakun. Coffee is as Hainanese as it gets. If it’s available, do order the Claypot Yee Mee. Their chicken rice is normal.

I’ll be back for sure. No queues at this coffee shop is going to keep me away.

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