As can be seen from the sign by the entrance, what makes the coffee of Ya Kun Kaya Toast better is that they brew their coffee the traditional Singapore way by “pulling their coffee”. And this supposedly “gives the coffee a fuller body, extra richness and a delightful aroma”.
They have toasts and other sandwiches and breakfast food. And of course, the coffee and tea.You can either get Coffee “O” or Tea “O,” which is black (as pronunciation of O in Chinese means black) or try it with a bit of milk and order Coffee “C” or Tea “C.” As for me, I prefer Coffee/ Kopi (the one with condensed milk!) Other drinks in the menu include Hot Milo, Hot Mocha, Hot Chocolate, Ginger Tea, and Japanese Green Tea.
I ordered Value Meal A- Kaya Toast Set (P180). 2 slices of kaya toast with butter and eggs and kopi. Yum 🙂 The toast was as yummy as it was in Singapore 🙂
Ya Kun Kaya Toast is also in Robinson’s Place Manila and in Ortigas. Cheers! 🙂