Review: Ya Kun Kaya Toast (Singapore)

Ya Kun Kaya Toast: Kaya Butter Toast, Half Boiled Eggs & Teh

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Ya Kun Kaya Toast

is a well-known and established name serving traditional kaya toasts since 1944. It is a must-try for visitors.

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Kaya Toast Set

Ya Kun Kaya Toast offers a kaya toast set that comes with a choice of toast, a couple of half-boiled eggs and a choice of drink. The singature kaya butter toast set, shown above, comes with 2 slices of kaya butter toast, half-boiled eggs and teh.

The kaya butter toast uses slices of brown bread that are toasted and sliced into halves. It is crispy outside and soft inside. Kaya jam is spread onto the sliced bread with slices of cold butter added. When you bite into one of these, the toasted crispiness on the outside contrasts very nicely with the bread’s fluffy softness inside. The savoury slices of cold butter compliment the sweetness of kaya jam perfectly.

The half-boiled eggs are soft and watery, and you can add your own soya sauce and pepper to your personal preferences. The teh has nice tea flavours and is sweetened with condensed milk.

This is a must-try if you are a visitor in Singapore.

Kaya Butter Steamed Bread

The kaya butter steamed bread is the polar opposite to kaya butter toast. Instead of toasted, two slices of crustless bread are steamed with kaya jam and butter slices added in between. The butter slices are melted though. It would probably taste better with cold butter slices.

Cheezy French Toast with Kaya

A sandwich with a slice of cheese placed between two slices of bread, is coated with a mixture of eggs and fried until it turns into a french toast. This dish is served with a side of Ya Kun’s renowned kaya jam. Nice!


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Rendang Chicken Toastwich

If you like spicy, their Rendang Chicken Toastwich is highly recommended. The rendang sauce is spicy with a tint of sweetness and is amazingly tasty. The chicken meat chunks are tender and juicy with rendang flavours infused throughout. Just look at the rendang sauce oozing out of the sandwich!

Chicken Char Siew Toastwich

The Chicken Char Siew Toastwich is a good non-spicy alternative. The chicken char siew filling has a nice sweet taste of char siew sauce, making this a tasty sandwich.

Fish Otah Toastwich

The Fish Otah Toastwich is just average. A large piece of fish otah is used as a filling for this toastwich. However, the mayonnaise spread in this sandwich makes it taste odd. It might taste better without the mayonnaise.

Tuna Mayonnaise Toastwich

A more standard option is the Tuna Mayonnaise Toastwich. The tuna mayonnaise is creamy with a heavy dose of pepper. However, beware that there is a strong spicy pepper taste that may not be to everyone’s liking.


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