Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Started its business in the 1920s, Ya Kun Kaya Toast is one of the richest history and most popular kaya toast chain in Singapore. Ya Kunโ€™s Value Sets feature the traditional way of eating Singaporean breakfast. In that way, the toast never goes alone; it is perfectly complemented by soft-boiled eggs and a hot drink of coffee or tea. The toast at Ya kun is very thin and crispy, thinner than its counterpartโ€™s and crispy as the way crackers are. Ya Kunโ€™s soft-boiled eggs are done with consistent quality from outlet to outlet. Those hot eggs are cracked before serving.

Killiney Kopitiam

Founded in 1919, Killiney Kopitiam has been around for almost a century. Made with the right sweetness level and the abundance of eggs, Killiney Kopitiamโ€™s kaya turns out as a good choice for egg lovers. Those who want to say โ€œhelloโ€ or โ€œgoodbyeโ€ to the Lion city in a Singaporean unique way, visit Killiney Kopitiam outlets at Changi Airport for a taste of Singapore must-try food. Delicious and affordable kaya toast can be grabbed as a quick bite for on-the run-passengers.