10 North Bridge Road
Singapore 190010

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04:00am - 07:00pm

04:00am - 07:00pm

04:00am - 07:00pm

04:00am - 07:00pm

04:00am - 07:00pm

04:00am - 07:00pm

04:00am - 07:00pm

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A traditional and very vintage coffeeshop! Can’t help to feel that i’ve been transported back to when i was little in my hometown. The toast was done in a charcoal grill. Kopi O was really strong and roasty.

From Heap Seng Leong
Always worth the visit for the decent toast with kaya & butter.
Really loved the soft boiled eggs when it’s served with great service.
As for the black coffee, it’s personal favourite.
Come and chill.


Do try this at least once if u haven’t!

Slightly diluted and wasn’t as good and fragrant as I remembered it to be... Probably because it was made by his son😂?

Standard traditional kaya toast set, a go-to for breakfast 😋
(Egg + toast) for $2.40
Drinks are separately charged teh for $1, $0.20 more for butter added.
The place can be a little disorderly reminiscent of olden days coffeeshops and the service can be pretty slow but i still enjoy the nicely cooked eggs and the toasts which has generous slabs of butter.
Special mention for the $1 curry puff sold at the front of the shop — really enjoyed the crisp yet soft chew of the dough🤤

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Was really more intrigued by the whole old school, back in the days kinda setting than anything else. It’s like stepping into a time capsule bringing you back to the past.

Old uncle really wore his pajamas while making the kopi and that was really cute!

Worth a visit if you’re in the area or wanna bring your parents for a trip down memory lane.

Rating: 3/5

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We queued for 30 minutes before we managed to get our food and around 10 minutes into queueing to get a table.

Ordered 2 sets of toast, 2 sets of soft-boiled eggs, kopi & kopi gu you (kopi w/ butter). The bread came warm and soft but it was still very delicious as the Kaya wasn’t overly sweet and butter was generous! The kopi was very fragrant and with the additional butter, it made the kopi even richer and smooth.

Being a young adult, dining there just brought us back in time to when our parents/grandparents have their breakfast.

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