Want to have breakfast like a Singaporean while you are in our Lion city? Choose kaya toast.
Kaya toast is toasted bread filled with butter and kaya, a jam made from eggs, sugar, coconut milk and pandan leaves. The dish flavors will be enhanced when matched with half-boiled eggs, and hot tea or black coffee.
These days, Kaya Toast is considered as not only a national breakfast dish but also a popular snack that delights tea breaks of office workers and recharges tired shoppers after a long shopping tour.
It is not difficult to find this sweet dish in Singapore. You can get it on every corner of the country, from food court stalls, old-school coffee shops to air-conditioned franchise outlets in modern shopping malls.
Our below list features the most delicious kaya toast that Singaporeans cannot live without.