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Glad to report I enjoyed the kuay chap much more this time round. Is it because I ate too much Western food lately?
The kuay chap seems so much more flavourful this time round. Just egg, taukee and taupok is enough to satisfy me. Would have liked large intestines but they didn’t have. What u see here costs $10 in total.
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Kudos to Teck Just Coffee Roti @ Blk 4A Jalan Batu #01-11!

Simply awesome Bread, Kaya, coffee as well as Milo.

I would say they are easily top 3 in the whole Singapore in terms of quality and taste.

Price is simply affordable with the quality of the food and drinks served.

Lady boss and her team are super friendly as well.

If you are looking for awesome drinks awesome coffee awesome Kaya and awesome bread, look no more.

Give this branch a try and you won't regret for sure!

Keep it up ya!

Peanut butter cubes were smooth, light and crispy. Wished there’s more peanut butter on it but can’t complain when it’s only $2.80 for this entire set!

I love to start my day with soft-boiled eggs with runny yolks & a dash of dark soya & white pepper. Corner shop in the middle next to the walking alley.


Chicken Rice

The braised duck was tender and nice to have, while the kway teow was soaked within the thick and flavoured braised sauce that turned out to be slurpy and tasted even better with the pork lard, fried scallions and chilli mixed together!


All my friends who tried Teck Huat Coffee from the hawker near my house agreed that they have the best kopi and kopi peng ever! Their beans give a natural nutty aftertaste that is different from the usual kopi. Not sure what secret they have. This humble chain is also available in various places in Ang Mo Kio.

I call "Hong Kee Chicken Rice" the 2-in-1 hawker stall because you can get "chicken rice" chicken with "chap chye png" dishes heaped on the same plate.
Besides the more flavourful "chicken rice" rice, they also offer plain white rice (which I prefer), and they'll dish you a big bowl of soup if you ask .
The selection of stirfried dishes on display here is modest compared to other "chap chye png" stalls but I like the homely taste of their cooking.
Besides roasted and "white" chicken, the other meat option of braised pork belly is really good too.
Food here is great value-for-money with the above spread for 2 costing $9 in total.