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2012-04-27 61 views
Tucked in the CBD area, you will find this little traditional breakfast place. I always love how Ya kun does their watery eggs. It doesn't have those translucent sticky runny stuffs floating in the eggs and it's not overly cooked also. Best of all, they open the eggs for us. There are other places that just gave you the eggs and you have to break them yourselves. Those are good once in a while but I certainly don't wish to dirty my hands much. However, whoever cracked the eggs for me left
The charcoal grilled bread is yummy also. I like how they put the whole slice of butter in the spread instead of using margarine spread.
Who would have known that the then 15 year old Loi Ah Koon would have traveled all the way to Singapore back in 1926 and started this successful business that is springing up all over Singapore and other parts of Asia. His determination brought a normal traditional breakfast to extraordinary heights.