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Telephone
6456 1882
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
Restaurant Website
http://www.wangcafe.com/
Signature Dishes
Kaya Toast Laksa Mee Rebus Mee Siam
Review (2)
Level4 2013-06-05
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There is free tea or kopi giving out every Wednesday for NTUC members. Being a NTUC member, I went to redeem it today. The whole system works in a manner that first you need to 'Like' their Facebook page and then claim for the free coffee. On top of that by referring your friends you can earn more cups of coffee or tea. Well, after I tried their cup of tea, I think is awesome. It was so thick and creamy. It was quite surprise that Wang Cafe was full of people during 5pm, it was quite hard for us to find a seat. Lastly, I will like to add on the staff there were really polite and patient. continue reading
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Level4 2012-02-26
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At only $1.40 for this kaya toast, I thought it was quite value for money since its other competitiors like toast box is selling at $1.50. The toasts are very crispy to the bite and i love the generous amount of sweet pandan kaya on the toasts. The quality of the butter is also quite good which helps to enhance the taste of the toast. In fact, because I was very satisfied with the toast, I went to try their coffee and I loved it as well. It is thick enough and not watered down. Definitely worth your money to come here for toasts and coffee! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)