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From the Burpple community

Kaya peanut toast + eggs + kopi $4.90
Kaya peanut steamed bread ala carte $2.40
Ondeh pandan swissroll $2.30


$2 per box
Kaya Toast was too artificial to me - both the smell & the taste. Coconut presence was too strong & not to my liking
Kopi O was surprisingly nice! The coffee aroma was alluring & the taste was on point! A tint of mocha feel & taste

This was not a Siu Siu Dai at all. So sweet I had to bring it back to ask for hot water to be added. In the end, it tasted like diluted sweet Kopi.

Indeed my kopi cup is smaller than my kaki’s teh cup 😕
Kopi ($1.80), Ginger Milk Tea ($2)
Cheese Balls ($2.80) - so so only, not really nice. Quite hard to chew when it cooled down. Dough was thick.


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Yuan Yang is my choice of caffeine on days I need a stronger pick-me-up (I'm a local Teh girl, but not so much for loca kopi). So far the best Yuan Yang I've tasted is still at Ya Kun. Perfect medly of Kopi and Teh aroma and taste, just that $1.80 is slightly pricey for local caffeine don't you think?

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Have u try the latest steamed kaya-butter bread? I still find the toasted ones appealing as the melted butter didn't taste too delightful, causing the bread to be soggy and damped. The mouthfeel is awful, like a baby food texture.