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Lightly toasted yet fluffy bread, and instead of kaya, you get an upgraded version of one of our favourite local breakfasts with additional citrusy notes. I still prefer the traditional version handsdown, but this was a unique offering that Good Morning Nanyang Cafe has.


For something more traditional, Nanyang also has their kaya toast served with cabiatta bread. Like the Orange Cabiatta, the bread was toasted crisp while the insides were still soft. Enjoyed the slightly grainy texture of the fresh kaya that wasn’t too sweet!


Singapore with fellow #BurppleTastemakers, and went around Telok Ayer for kaya toast finds and even got to make kaya from scratch! Good Morning Nanyang Cafe was one of the kaya stops, and we sampled their signature orange ciabatta toast (in front) and thick ciabatta toast (behind).
Serving homemade kaya with ciabatta is non-traditional and unexpectedly compatible, the thick soft bread parallel to the fluffy steamed white slices from other chains, but with a lightly toasted crust. Orange peel is added into the dough for the signature ciabatta, giving you that welcome perk-me-up on dreary mornings. I’d gladly have the bread on its own, but the grainy kaya, though overpowered in taste by the sharper citrus notes, does add moistness to make it more palatable.
Thanks @burpple for the invite, and @cravesingapore for bringing us around! #Burpple


Seriously in love with this kaya toast, jam packed with homemade fragrant kaya, with slabs of butter melting directly into the warm ciabatta which ended up soaking directly into the slices of bread. As someone who absolutely loves anything citrus, the fragrant orange peel helped to bring this kaya toast to an entirely new level! On the side note, I came on a weekday morning, and the service was really amazing with this Uncle helping to serve cups of Kopi and clear plates, whilst having the widest smile on his face. Such a pleasant start to the morning!

A cup of kopi or milo for my case, and a serving of their signature kaya toast is all I need to make my morning from good to perfect.

Not just any other toast, Good Morning Nanyang Cafe’s upgraded version uses ciabatta bread which was crisp, fluffy and soft - everything a toast should be and more. Served with “rustic” kaya, the regular ciabatta toast had a fantastic texture, delightfully light and crumbly on the outside but ultra soft on the inside. For something a little more unique and a twist to the usual breakfast staple, look no further and go for their Orange Ciabatta toast with a chewy bite. Hit with a pleasant zesty aroma, the bread is baked with caramelised orange peel which work surprisingly well together with the eggy fragrance of their kaya. The element of citrus may have overpowered the homemade jam but provided instant gratification as you can taste the bits of orange.

Many thanks to Crave Singapore for organizing last weekend’s kaya tour, and to Burpple for the invite!


Modern twist to the traditional white or brown bread toast >> Light n crispy crust while being soft on the inside; just how I would like my toast 🍞
Would highly recommend to have it alongside a comforting warm ☕️ siew dai! One of the better ways to kickstart your day! Better still, the kaya spread here is painstakingly hand-made without any preservatives! 💁🏻 yes please! 🙋🏻 courtesy of CraveSGtours!