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Lemon Chicken Rice ($6.50):
Added a fried egg to go along with it. Just an average bowl of lemon chicken rice. Nothing really special. However, if you are here, you can try their claypot noodles with gravy.

Happy Birthday Singapore! 🇸🇬 What’s a better way than to enjoy a good nostalgic tea break with your loved one? After the closing of Chin Mee Chin, I guess this would be my choice to come to for an old school kaya toast treat.

It’s so satisfying just by looking at them toast the buns till fluffy with crispy edges, and the smearing of a thick traditional Hainanese Kaya. The donut was pretty decent too, not as greasy and sweet as the traditional types which I would have preferred, but that’s just the unhealthy me. I loved my yuan yang while the boyf was happy with his Kopi gao. Could almost imagine them filtering with the traditional coffee sock filter in those metal cans!


We had 2 kaya soft buns, 1 hot yuan yang and 2 eggs (not pictured) for a total of $5. The eggs were really good btw, perfect soft boiled eggs! The soft bun is slightly crispy on the edges and fluffy in the middle. A good alternative to my normal kaya toast breakfast (think yakun style).

Still my favourite soft buns in town .

Made in house , fresh daily .

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The bun itself is soft and fluffy with a slight crisp exterior due to the toasting.

The kaya taste is very mild and not too sweet. Overall, the toast brought a soothing feel that was great for a lazy weekend afternoon tea break


Love the soft fluffy buns here.
Yeh, It’s almost weekend. ✌🏻😃

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