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24 Sin Ming Road
#01-01 Stall 3
Singapore 570024

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Sunday:
07:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Can’t say no to traditional kaya toast and Sen Yen in Sin Ming still retains that old school flavour. TGIF!

Every slice of kaya toast comes with a huge slab of cold butter that you can actually bite into.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/sen-yen-charcoal-traditional-toast-kaya-toast/

The special fr this toast, It’s using white bread.
Texture of the bread was very soft, thick and crispy on the top , filling with kaya and butter.
Perfect for breakfast..
💰$1.2.
📍Sen Yen Charcoal Traditional toast.

Blk 24 Sin Ming Road, Stall 3.

There is a hint of charcoal taste in the bread but it’s so little that it’s barely noticeable. Basically the same as any coffeeshop kaya butter toast. Kaya was pretty generic and the butter was far from cold. Dosen’t live up to the reviews of other Burpplers and was quite frankly a letdown

Finally got to try the famed Kaya Toast in Sin Ming — nothing more satisfying than having the Traditional Kaya Toast here which uses white bread instead of the generic crisp brown toast that most places use; the bread comes crisp, lathered with a layer of Kaya and an entire slab of butter. Breakfast, the way I like it indeed.

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Known to me since my childhood days as "roti pren-chees" because that's the way my grandma pronounced it, the Singapore version of the French loaf (a.k.a. baguette) makes for an interesting and tasty kaya butter toast.

After being cut up and grilled over charcoal, the bread is slathered with a uber fragrant brown kaya and filled with thick slices of cold butter, which of course start melting immediately in the hot bread.

Each bite of this sandwich will compress the two slices of French loaf further, causing everything in between to squish out (albeit in the most yummy manner). It's impossible to resist licking up the melted butter and kaya that'll be trickling down your fingers.

Address: Blk 24 Sin Ming Road, Stall no. 3.

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