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313 Orchard Road
#01-32/33/34 [email protected]
Singapore 238895

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Wednesday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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Look for Uncle Foo during PM session. The kopi and tea he brew is good.

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in my opinion, ya kun has the most consistent toast out of the various chains. the bread is always thin and crisp, the eggs are always runny, and i love the copious amounts of cold salted butter added to the bread 😊

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Waited 15 minutes for this because they forget my order, bad service

Nothing makes me happier than being able to get my regular yakun toast set for 50cents .

Simply download the yakun app and link it to your Dbs PayLah! Account .

No gimmicks . Tried and tested . Hahahah😀

Only for selected yakun outlet so please visit yakun’s homepage for more details 😀

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As many Singaporeans will attest to, nothing hits the spot in the mornings quite like kaya (coconut jam) toast, soft boiled eggs and a hot beverage. Kaya toast shops are aplenty, and like most dishes, locals each have their favourite. A well-known chain in town, Ya Kun has various locations, one of which is in the heart of the Orchard shopping district at [email protected] Come by for breakfast or tea before or in between trawling the shops. The classic Kaya Butter Toast Set ($4.80) comes with four thin pieces of toast, soft-boiled eggs (best enlivened with pepper and drizzles of black soy sauce) and a hot coffee or tea (known as kopi or teh). The star is no doubt the thinly sliced bread, toasted on a charcoal grill till crisp, then slathered with luscious kaya and sandwiched with a thin slab of chilled butter. Pro tip: Here's a trick to ordering your kopi or teh like a local. Say "siew dai" if you like it less sweet, "gao" if you like it stronger and "peng" if you want it iced (usually at an extra charge).
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burppler Hilary See

Can't go wrong with this combo for a hearty Singapore-style breakfast. I like Ya Kun the best because no matter which outlet you are at, coffee is consistently good and they make good toasted Kaya Toast 👍🏻#Burpproved

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