The signature curry toast with semi-cooked eggs and Nanyang coffee/tea is the classic traditional breakfast in Singapore. ✔️Bread Toast, 1.3Singapore white toast baked on a charcoal fire rack until golden brown is hatched on the surface; curry sauce made of coconut pulp, eggs and banyan is spread; Place a frozen butter in it and melt it quickly. Smell the micro-charred wheat, the refreshing musk and the natural sweetness. A crisp nine-minute soft toast wrapped in the aroma but not greasy butter, slips the tip of the tongue over the rich curry sauce and finally melts into one. If I ignore the heat, I want to eat it for breakfast, afternoon tea and late supper. ✔️ Soft Boiled Egg, 0.9 SGD semi-cooked eggs and Nanyang coffee are the best companions for coffee toast. The raw egg yolk with the detonated pulp, translucent smooth egg white, a little black soy sauce and pepper to taste, can be directly drunk or curry toast to eat, salty sweet taste of the mix more upstairs.
A long-established breakfast shop in Singapore. The milk tea and toast inside are very good. The coconut milk toast and Yakun made are different, and the sauce inside is different, which is more Singaporean.
The environment is good. You can see the cooking process at the bar. There are quite a lot of people. It is suitable for a breakfast in the morning. The toast has eggs, ham and beef jelly. The plate is more casual, the sandwiches taste good, and the coffee is based on For my own taste, the waiters are all handsome and beautiful, the price is not expensive, and there is a chance to brush.
Go to Killiney on Orchard Road and have a meal of curry chicken with grilled toast and Katong Laksa in the morning. Drink a cup of hot lemon tea. This is an authentic snack recommended by LP. It is definitely worth a try. Very good grilled toast is unforgettable and great A shop owner and family are very nice and many customers are special because this shop is a time-honored shop and it is especially popular with locals
This shop is the earliest coffee shop in Singapore! This year is just the 100th anniversary. I happened to be filming by Singapore TV. Every Toast tastes good, and the desserts are also delicious. A leisurely breakfast here is a Singaporean’s Breakfast Time.