Chinatown Kopi

Chinatown Kopi

Featuring Tong Ah Eating House, Nanyang Old Coffee (Chinatown), The 1950's Coffee (Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre), Toast Box (ChinaTown Point), Ya Kun Kaya Toast (People's Park Centre), Black And Gold Coffee Stop
Daniel Hum
Daniel Hum

Their kaya butter toast left deep impression in our previous visit and drew us back today.
Hot or iced, their coffee was still strong and good. However, neither of their traditional nor thin toast was memorable. They lacked that charred toast aroma that we were looking for, although they were still pretty decent. Overall, coffee, eggs and toast were enjoyable for us, especially in a nostalgic place like this.

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One of the best Traditional Kaya Toasts I've had! Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, the toast crumbles gently in your mouth on first bite. The combination of orange Kaya and butter is a winner for me. Not too eggy nor too sweet, the Orange Kaya helps to bring out the buttery goodness, sending much delight to the tastebuds. And the Teh C here is the most fragrant, tastefully pulled to bring out the lovely aftertaste of the carnation milk. Please take the effort to come down here for breakfast, I promise it won't disappoint!

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I loved sitting in the outside area with a cup of tea and watch people go by. Perfect place for resting tired feet after shopping for new year goodies!

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For the sleepy office crowd, your perfect pick-me-up would be this cup of coffee ($1.10) from The 1950s Coffee. Hailing a long queue during lunch, everyone went for the coffee, which was thick and aromatic with no sour aftertaste. We were buzzing with caffeine after our afternoon tea 😛

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Not a crazy foodie, but looking to improve the quality of my daily life without busting my wallet!

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