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Well, everyone knows Ya Kun for its kaya toast. As a testament of its popularity, ​the branch at Causeway Point was packed even though my mum and I went there at 3pm! ​​My mum got the Set A Value Meal ($4.60) which comes with ​the ​Kaya toast with Butter, coffee and soft boiled egg. She requested for the lady to exclude the butter, since she loves having her toast with just the plain old kaya. The lady was willing to accommodate her request, which was a plus for service in my book. The toast is
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Well, everyone knows Ya Kun for its kaya toast. As a testament of its popularity, ​the branch at Causeway Point was packed even though my mum and I went there at 3pm!

​​My mum got the Set A Value Meal ($4.60) which comes with ​the ​Kaya toast with Butter, coffee and soft boiled egg. She requested for the lady to exclude the butter, since she loves having her toast with just the plain old kaya. The lady was willing to accommodate her request, which was a plus for service in my book.

The toast is usually made on the spot with each order, so we had to wait a while for it. But there were the coffee and soft-boiled egg to start on first while we waited.
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The toast eventually came and while the dish looked simple, the taste more than made up for it. The toast was crispy and the combination with their kaya spread was just lovely! I wished they put more of the kaya in the bread though; I wouldn't have minded a kaya overload!
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I also got the Kaya Balls, which are like mini pancakes with kaya filling, and comes at the price of $3.30 for 8 pieces. This is one of my favorite food on their menu. The balls were served in a little basket, which I thought was cute. They were cooked until crispy on the outside but still maintained the softness on the inside (and towards the bottom). At first I thought 8 pieces were too much for tea, but I ended up eating all of it! I love munching on these and savouring the taste of ​kaya in each ball. I think these would make a wonderful snack at any time of the day!
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If you have not tried these yet, I'd recommend giving it a try, along with their standard kaya toast! It's more value for money to get the kaya toast as a set with the coffee and egg. Just don't expect any cozy ambience to enjoy your meal in, since it can get really noisy when it's packed!

(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2013-10-26
Recommended Dishes
  • Kaya Toast
  • Kaya Balls