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[CLOSED] Seng Kee The Black Seed by Chef Benny (Bugis Junction)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * *Halal certified SENG KEE the black seed by chef benny Helmed by the team from the award-winning Eighteen Chefs halal chain restaurant, Seng Kee’s distinctive menu draws from the well-loved favourites of the kampong days in multi-racial Singapore, served in a trendy twist. The all-day dining Seng Kee café offers a modern yet classic comfort with a grown-up menu of Singaporean-inspired ciabatta/focaccia subs, basmati meals, and of course, toasties and well-loved local beverages such as kopi, grass jelly bandung and Milo T-Rex.

200 Victoria Street
#01-71/72 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

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Had a friend brought me here as she has been fan of this place. We tried the Toast Set ($4.30++) that included toast ciabatta! bread with kaya, 2 soft-boiled eggs and a tea/coffee, tho' I changed to iced milo for +$0.20. Also ordered the Cheong Fun set ($4.30++), and the savoury chee cheong fun was served with a nice sweet black sauce and that chilli! Yums. For those who like a twist on their traditional toast, it's worth a try if you're in the area, otherwise your neighborhood coffeeshop might serve the same and a cheaper price.

This non-air conditioned spot conveniently located at the corner of Bugis Junction serves local breakfast fare all day, and is a great Halal alternative to Toast Box on work days. Start your morning with the Kaya Butter Set ($6) — generously slathered, velvety smooth kaya and a slice of butter between two lightly toasted pieces of crusty ciabatta or focaccia bread. The set also comes with two perfectly wobbly 63°C sous vide eggs and a fragrant pandan teh-o. Come lunch time, the Chee Cheong Fun with Sambal Belacan ($3.20) and the Beef Rendang with Wild Rocket Sandwich ($7.80) make great, hearty meals that pair well with the Kopi Guyu (from $3) — black coffee with a shot of butter for an extra energy boost.
Avg price: $5 per person
*Halal certification in progress
Photo by Burppler Hwans Lim


Major fan of CCF & this one is definitely worthy to be added in my personal list! ✔️ Had the aromatic pandan tea to go along w my meal. I guess pandan can't really go wrong w anything & this tea rendition is not only pleasant but also brings in a local flavor.


Located at the corner of Bugis Junction, this non-air conditioned shop is a great alternative to Toast Box for a light bite. The brainchild of Chef Benny and sister outlet to Eighteen Chefs, Seng Kee The Black Seed serves local breakfast fare all day. Swing by in the morning or after lunch to grab a Kopi (from $2.60) or for an extra boost, try the Kopi Guyu (from $3) — black coffee with a shot of butter. Feeling hungry? Wolf down a plate of Chee Cheong Fun with Sambal Belacan ($3.20) or have a Kaya Butter Set ($6) — expect generously slathered, velvety smooth kaya and a slice of butter between two lightly toasted pieces of crusty Ciabatta or Focaccia bread. It is served with two perfectly wobbly 63°C sous vide eggs.
Avg price: $5 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayne Tan


Their 63°C soft boil eggs is super power! The sous-vide egg is a thing of beauty. The yolks are runny and surrounded by tender white that’s so silky smooth.

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We tried almost everything on the menu, and the kaya butter set (with focaccia) was seriously good! Firstly, the 63degree eggs were such a treat, and you know it'll be really consistent. I didn't expect the focaccia to work, but it was really light and crisp. The portion was big too, and the thick slab of butter and super generous slather of kaya obviously stole my heart. Kopi was more than decent too. While it's a little pricey for a breakfast set, I really wouldn't mind coming back for it.