37 Beach Road
Singapore 189678

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08:00am - 09:30pm

08:00am - 09:30pm

07:30am - 09:30pm

07:30am - 09:30pm

07:30am - 09:30pm

07:30am - 09:30pm

07:30am - 09:30pm

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If you have not heard of YY Kafei Dian, then I will recommend you try out their kaya butter toast that they make in house and if you are lucky you will be able to order their sugared doughnuts which is unlike your neighbourhood kind. The doughnut has a nice bite to it, and it is neither dry nor dense. The sugar coating gives it a nice sweet finish but it’s all about the texture. The wifey also loves the claypot ee-mian while it’s the first time for me to try their dry hor fun which is at best decent.

I am so sad I only just found YY Kafei Dian because now it is fluffy old-school buns over a crispy stack of kaya toast every time.

As I am usually on team “toasted” as opposed to “steamed” for my go-to breakfast kaya bread, I was so impressed by how YY Kafei Dian’s rendition delivered the best of both worlds. The interior was so pillowy-soft while the outside spotted a nice char. The texture of the warm, house-made buns was just really good. Served with a lovely pat of butter, the gooey caramel-y spread was superb as well - fragrant, and sweet but not cloying.

Mine was sharing kaya butter toast, sugared donut, claypot and a kopi peng sui dai with the wifey on this cool and rainy new year day. Also, seeing the 9% GST on the receipt has reminded us that 2024 is truly here.

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Besides going to YY Kafei Dian for their kaya butter buns, sugar doughnuts and coffee beverages, one shall not sleep on their chicken rice. Chopped to a generous portion, the poached chicken is tender to the bite which complemented perfectly with the chilli sauce and flavoured rice. Everyone has their own unique way and concoction with the sauces, which makes chicken rice such a versatile and enjoyable dish for both locals and tourists alike.

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E-Fu Noodles in Claypot

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I looove their kaya bun - so fluffy and thick, with a strongly coconutty kaya that isn’t too sweet, and has an appropriate ratio of kaya to butter to bun. Be sure to separate the bun halves so the butter doesn’t melt completely!