17 Bussorah Street
Singapore 199438

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08:00am - 02:00am

08:00am - 02:00am


08:00am - 02:00am

08:00am - 02:00am

08:00am - 02:00am

08:00am - 02:00am

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Lontong for breakfast together with different types of kueh s. The queue can be 15 mins long in the morning. We tried the Lontong. Not bad, curry gravy is strong and egg well cooked

We rate this 7/10


Lontong has always been one of my favourite breakfast food, as it brings back many fond memories of my childhood. That said, this lontong ($3.50) at the Kampong Glam cafe is really shiok! The coconut gravy was flavourful, the pieces of lontong were "soft", perfect for soaking up the lemak gravy. I also enjoy this dish because of the crunchy vegetables like cabbage and long beans.

The iced kopi here is also pretty strong!

My friend had the mee rebus and gave it two thumbs up too. Will definitely be back to try other dishes here.


Honestly, I didn't know exactly what is this kuih called here. In Indonesia, it is known as ongol-ongol. With its main ingredient as sago, this may be the close cousin of kuih lupis/lopis due to the coconut shaving but without the gula melaka. Best served cold!
It's called kuih kosui!


Hands down to the most delish paru I've ever tried. Besides being famous for its mee soto, gado-gado and kuih, this place offers a pretty wide array of malay/padang dishes. I couldn't resist the temptation of paru so much so that I had my lunch here twice in a row last week. The lungs were really chewy and slightly juicy -- which is how I want my paru to be done. Sambal goreng had the right balance of tofu and tempe (fermented soy beans). Me likey!


The old-adventurous me first found this "cafe" while canvassing the hipster Haji Lane. It was my first few weeks in this little red dot and this bowl of mee soto successfully brightened my day as I was suffering from home (food) sick. When I visited yesterday, the soto still tasted exactly the same as it was 5 years ago, with a piece of chicken and begedil. And not to forget my "teh oh peng ka dai".

Super shiok mee soto ayam for only $3.50. We loved everything from the springy yellow noodles to the thick broth. It was such a heartwarming meal. Also in the dish were begedil and tender shredded chicken.