Half Kuala Lumpurian, Half Penangite, Another 0.01 Singaporean

Food Review: Ya Kun Kaya Toast

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Walao eh…

The moment I walked into this coffee shop, the price is like SLAPPING me on the face.

Ouch!! That hurts!!

To be honest with all of you la… The taste of kaya toast, coffee, half-boiled eggs, can it be much different than those in the common KOPITIAM ?? How good is it that you willing to pay way so much for this?!

Well I am not a breakfast or KOPI type of person and so I am in no position to comment on that. But to me it’s just no worth it at all.

For what you want to “upgrade” the usual chinese kopitiam to STARBUCKS-like class and increase the price like there’s no tomorrow to earn money anymore?!!

So I am giving back a SLAP to them.

Nah!! Give you back!!

I can simply get a similar version of the same food for just SGD1.50 to SGD2.00 in my campus or SGD2.50 in any kopitiam outside.

Conclusion: Based on the price itself… 


Written by Boon Ming

March 10, 2009 at 3:24 am

Posted in Food Review, Singapore, Updates

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  1. go to OLD TOWN better la.


    March 10, 2009 at 8:44 am

    • haha .. old town also not tat cheap ler… lol

      but Old Town in Malaysia considered cheap becoz they are selling “Special White Coffee”… =P

      Boon Ming

      March 10, 2009 at 11:05 am

  2. GEMS for Singapore, guess still a long way.
    I had a very bad experience at Yakun Toast Tamp Mall branch this morning. Problem with their service plus food.
    Opening hour of outlet is 7.30am, I reached there at 7.25am, oops, too early, but thinking that only 5 mins more and since the shop is already physically opened, I told the staff, 5mins more, it’s alright I shall wait. But she replied they were short handed today … is she telling me not to wait? I was furious liao.
    There were 3 staff in the shop and 2 were busy with the cleaning of table in preparation for opening, guess the meaning of open at 7.30am is to clean and prep only, not for transaction.
    At 7.35am then I was allowed to order my food and the staff explained that their cash register indicated 7.30am.
    Worst of all, the toast that came in 3 mins after my ordering was cold and soft. It wasn’t the Yakun toast that I frequent. The crisp and crunch of the toast was lost. Then I remembered it was long lost, months ago when I visited Yakun, the toast was not as good as it was when the shop just started its business years ago.


    August 13, 2009 at 8:45 am

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