5 Koek Road
#B1-19/20 Cuppage Plaza
Singapore 228796

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09:00am - 02:00pm

09:00am - 02:00pm

09:00am - 02:00pm


09:00am - 02:00pm

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09:00am - 02:00pm

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Glutinous Rice Ball

Pork Floss Egg Omelette

Glutinous Rice Ball 紫米飯糰 (S$6.80+)
Available after 9am
Stuffed with omelette, pork floss, preserved vegetable, and crispy you tiao.

Guo Shan Egg Noodles 鍋燒意面 (S$7.80+)
Ee mian soup with clam, sliced pork, cabbage, crab stick and egg. The broth tasted hint of shan cha sauce.

Milk Tea 奶茶 (S$2.50+)
Selected hot version with 50% sugar level. Tasted slightly weak than previously.

True Breakfast
Address 🛖 : 5 Koek Road, # B1-19 Cuppage Plaza, Singapore 🇸🇬 228 796
Note 📝 : last order at 1.30pm during lunchtime, got 10% service charge

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True Breakfast is a small shop selling Taiwanese breakfast fare at the unassuming basement of Cuppage Plaza. Headed there around noon on a Sunday and there was a sizeable crowd, especially with the limited seating capacity. Yet, it seemed like customers did not wait too long to get seated.

Went for the Guo Shao Egg Noodles which looked interesting - kind of like your local Ee Mian but the texture of the egg noodles were indeed a bit different. Slightly rounded than flat, and on the softer side - not much of a bounce nor chew. The broth was very light, but had hints of umami and bonito flavour, which I thought was interesting, but very unlike the soup of ban mian like you’d expect. Got the scallion pancake to pair with the noodles, but would love to try the Taiwanese omelette one day as well!


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Thick Toast Crispy Butter ($4.50)
This was a skip for me, because altho the toast was crispy, it was pretty dry. Most of the flavour comes only from the top of the toast - the other flavours might have been better.

Milk Tea ($2.50)
Pretty disappointed with this as I ordered it expecting pretty good Taiwanese Tea, but turned out to be quite bland.

Really comforting and enjoyable food that really satisfied my Taiwanese bfast cravings despite these 2 misses, and an experience that's worth going for in place of travelling to Taiwan in the meantime.

Overall Rating: 8/10

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First time trying noodles with such a texture, it's slightly chewy and soft (?), But I particularly liked the broth which was so strong in the bonito flavour! Definitely could slurp everything up! 🤭

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