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Introduction
The brand was founded in 1953, when the first shop opened along Bugis Street. The shop prospered with its servings of homemade kaya, toast bread, soft-boiled eggs, fresh brews of coffee and tea, and warm service. Wang Café aims to be a source of thoroughly positive and beneficial dining experience that helps diners relieve their nostalgia. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.wangcafe.com/
Signature Dishes
Kaya Toast Laksa Mee Rebus Mee Siam
Review (7)
Level4 2013-09-17
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Wang Cafe first started off in Bugis in 1953 and was known as Wang Jiao. Over the years, it has restructured, revamped and rebranded itself and is now known as Wang Cafe. Having built up its reputation slowly, it has expanded into a chain of outlets specialising in serving kaya toast, soft boiled eggs, coffee and tea. A similar concept to Ya Kun and Toastbox. The outlet at Changi Airport Terminal 1 basement was filled to the brim with customers. Had to wait a fair bit before we managed to get a table. There was also a long queue as there was only one counter. I ordered the Chicken Macaroni Set which comes along with drink, Kaya Butter Toast and Chicken Macaroni Toast. Changed the drink to Milo.This was what was served. Nothing fantastic about the milo and toast. In fact, the standard of the toast was terrible when compared to Ya Kun's version. The reason why I ordered Chicken Macaroni was because, I had wanted something soupy and is a Chinese dish (before I fly off to Europe).The Chicken Macaroni was disappointing. The portion of chicken and macaroni given was pathetic and the soup was laden with MSG.I can't believe that I wasted my last meal in Singapore having such food.. Even the food on the airplane tasted so much better. I am boycotting Wang Cafe.I hope no one would be offended by the 'harsh' honest post.. For full review and more photos, please visit http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/05/wang-cafe-changi-airport.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-29
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My family and I were going away for a long holiday and we decided to eat at this eatery as we will most probably not be able to find these food overseas! It was breakfast hour so it was a little packed and I think the staff were a little stressed as they seem frustrated. This made most customers jumpy as most of us, if not all, had a plane to catch and I don't think we appreciate the loud anxious voices in the morning. I ordered the chicken macaroni as I wanted something hot but not too much/too little. The serving size was just right (for the moment) but if I was eating it as a meal, I would've wanted more to fill my stomach. There were a lot of vegetables but the chicken seems to be missing.. I only saw some of it down at the bottom of the bowl. I think I prefer the one where I ate at the previous time. Or perhaps, I was fairly bothered by the wait staff that I wasn't able to enjoy my meal properly. I think the next time round, we'll probably head over to other eateries to avoid these waiters. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-29
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While waiting for my flight, I got a bit hungry. So, I walked around and looked for something light to eat. I saw Wang Cafe and from the menu, they had a lot of noodle dishes. So, I decided to order the fishball noodle soup. I didn't have to wait too long for my order to arrive. However, they forgot about my drink. So I had to ask the cashier where it was. As for the noodles, it seriously lacked taste! It seemed like I was just drinking hot water. The drink was too sweet I had to ask the server to add more water. In the end, I didn't even finish my food. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-15
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Breakfast at Wang Cafe brought back a lot of memories. The breakfast set came with kaya toast, soft boiled egg and a hot beverage. It reminded me of my school days whereby my mum would made soft boiled eggs and bread for breakfast. I would add soy sauce and pepper to the soft boiled eggs and then dipped the bread into it. Located at the departure hall, the cafe is also very good for people watching while you sip your cup of coffee. continue reading
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I waited quite some time for the toast to be ready. The milk tea was served quite quickly in a small styrofoam cup. The cup was really small, not the usual size. The milk tea tasted normal, not especially fragrant. But the toast was worth waiting for, because it was really crispy and good. The butter inside had not totally melt and was cold, but taken together with the hot freshly toasted bread, it was yummy because the butter melted in your mouth. It was a great breakfast meal. continue reading
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