Review: Fun Toast (Singapore)

Fun Toast: Kaya Butter Toast, Min Chiang Kueh Soft Bun, Soft Boiled Eggs & Gula Melaka Ice Tea

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Fun Toast

is a chain store offering a variety of toasts, coffee and tea, along with some local dishes and dim sum. Quite ordinary.

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Kaya Butter Toast

The kaya butter toast features crispy, toasted brown bread sliced thinly and spreaded with a thin layer of kaya jam spread and cold butter slices added to it. It is crispy with mild flavours of kaya and butter. Tastes decent.

Min Chiang Kueh Soft Bun

This is not a min chiang kueh per se, but rather a pair of toasted soft buns spreaded with peanut butter and topped with grated peanuts. It has a nutty taste with a hint of sweetness. It tastes just ok.

Yuan Yang Soft Bun

The yuan yang soft bun features a pair of lightly toasted buns that are soft, chewy and have a slight crispiness. One bun has a mildly sweet kaya spread, white the other has a regular nutty peanut butter spread. Both buns has a slice of cold butter added on top. Both tastes just alright.

Half Boiled Eggs

This half boiled egg is runny, which is pleasant. You can add soya sauce and pepper accordingly to your taste. Decent.


This cup of teh is less sweet, which is nice. However, the tea flavours taste diluted and blend. It is not quite to my liking.

Gula Melaka Ice Tea

The gula melaka ice tea has sweet flavours of gula melaka but its tea flavours are somewhat faint. It is just alright.


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