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Good Morning Nanyang Cafe

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Good Morning Nanyang Cafe just came onto the scene of kaya toast in 2005, but this coffee shop quickly became a popular kaya toast destination for both locals and tourists. Its flagship outlet at Telok Ayer Hong Lim Green Community Centre is in operation no more but diners still can have a taste of Good Morning Nanyang Cafe’s unique flavors at its franchise outlets.


  • Kaya toast with a twist: Good Morning Nanyang Cafe adds a new flavor and value to the world of kaya toast by creating its own style. Go out of the usual way, this young establishment uses ciabatta, an Italian type of bread, in its recipes to introduce diners a new enjoyable version of kaya toast.

  • Orange ciabatta kaya toast, a start dish at Good Morning Nanyang Cafe: Great texture, taste and fragrance make this dish impressive. The ciabatta is slightly toasted, leaving the outer layer crispy and the inside soft. It becomes delightful when a hint of caramelized orange peel is added in to complement the kaya and butter in a fresh and unique way.

  • A kaya recipe from Segamat: Good Morning Nanyang Cafe’s kaya is different yet dazzling. Its grainy texture won’t decrease the level of enjoyment, but works like a vehicle for holding all the best flavours to give the palate with the strongest dose in one single bite. This green and not-too-sweet kaya is freshly made every day at the shops, following a secret recipe of an old man from Segamat.

  • One of the best traditional coffee in Singapore: Both black coffee and coffee with condensed milk are aromatic and strong in the way traditional coffee should be. Use it as a life-saver to keep you awake.

Besides the regular ciabatta kaya toast, orange ciabatta kaya toast and half-boiled eggs served as breakfast and snack, Good Morning Nanyang Cafe also offers other options for lunch like curry chicken, curry chee cheong fun, chicken stew with rice and Nasi Lemak.


@ Far East Plaza
14 Scotts Road, #02-23 Far East Plaza, Singapore, Singapore 228213

@ Maxwell Chambers
32 Maxwell Rd, Singapore 069115

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