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2012-09-11 63 views
Brought a plate of the mixed vegetable rice from this killiney kopitiam which in actually located in a shophouse.A total of two dishes is chosen which includes stir fried long beans with fishcake and the stir fried pork with ginger slice. For the long beans with fishcake, it is well cooked and seasoned, has a crunchy texture. As for the stir fried pork with ginger slice, the seasoning is not too salty, the meat is well cooked and has a soft and tender texture. Overall, quite a normal mixed veget
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Brought a plate of the mixed vegetable rice from this killiney kopitiam which in actually located in a shophouse.
A total of two dishes is chosen which includes stir fried long beans with fishcake and the stir fried pork with ginger slice. For the long beans with fishcake, it is well cooked and seasoned, has a crunchy texture. As for the stir fried pork with ginger slice, the seasoning is not too salty, the meat is well cooked and has a soft and tender texture. Overall, quite a normal mixed vegetable rice BUT the price is not that reasonable which cost $4.80 for this plate of two dish mixed vegetable rice.
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2012-06-20 16 views
Westerners love their bread and jam, we in Southeast Asia loves our toast and kaya. It is usually spread on toast and eaten as breakfast but enjoyed throughout the day. The best way to enjoy a toast is to dip it into the coffee or tea.A more modern way of appreciating kaya is to have it as a dip for french toast. A snack which I like to eat during my coffee/tea break. The toast is coated with the egg and slight fried to a crisp. Served at the side is the greenish kaya for dipping the french toas
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Westerners love their bread and jam, we in Southeast Asia loves our toast and kaya. It is usually spread on toast and eaten as breakfast but enjoyed throughout the day. The best way to enjoy a toast is to dip it into the coffee or tea.

A more modern way of appreciating kaya is to have it as a dip for french toast. A snack which I like to eat during my coffee/tea break. The toast is coated with the egg and slight fried to a crisp. Served at the side is the greenish kaya for dipping the french toast with.
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Love the breakfast set at Killiney Kopitiam. This one and the one at Killiney Road. The toast is toasted over charcoal and very authentic and very very moreish and addictive because it's so good! They use real butter and the kaya is great! Hate margarine.The coffee is regular. Nothing to brag about. Tastes freshly made.The eggs are hot and burn your fingers when you try to crack them. But they are perfectly made - soft boiled perfection.Recommended for the breakfast set. Especially charcoal toa
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Love the breakfast set at Killiney Kopitiam. This one and the one at Killiney Road. The toast is toasted over charcoal and very authentic and very very moreish and addictive because it's so good! They use real butter and the kaya is great! Hate margarine.

The coffee is regular. Nothing to brag about. Tastes freshly made.

The eggs are hot and burn your fingers when you try to crack them. But they are perfectly made - soft boiled perfection.

Recommended for the breakfast set. Especially charcoal toasted toasts. I just want to have plate after plate of their toasts!
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