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Ya Kun Kaya Toast

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  • Address

    18 China Street, Far East Square #01-01, Singapore 049560

  • Phone
    +65 64383638
  • Opening hours

    Mon to Fri 07:30 – 18:30
    Sat & Sun 08:30 – 17:00


Started its business since the 1920s, Ya Kun Kaya Toast is one of the richest history and most popular kaya toast chain in Singapore with more than 40 outlets across the country


  • More than 40 outlets, conveniently located across Singapore: With outlets sprout up at most of the major shopping centres across Singapore, Ya Kun Kaya Toast is the most accessible kaya toast destination for tourists to experience a Singaporean style breakfast or for locals to have a fix of kaya toast.

  • Charcoal grilled toast at the original outlet: To experience the toast grilled in the original way by the “original men” of this brand at its original location, make your way to Ya Kun outlet at Far East Square. In its nostalgic atmosphere, members of the Loi family still prepare breakfasts for people enthusiastically.

  • Value Set Meal, a good start for first timers: Ya Kun’s Value Sets feature the traditional way of eating Singaporean breakfast. In that way, the toast never goes alone; it is perfectly complemented by soft-boiled eggs and a hot drink of coffee or tea. Start your day with this kind of breakfast set, you will be delighted and given energy for the whole day.

  • Ya Kun Kaya Jar, designed to be brought home as a souvenir: Fall in love with this kind of jam? You can bring it home to experience the Singaporean breakfast once again or give it to your friends as a piece of culture of the Lion city.

THE TOAST: The toast at Ya kun is very thin and crispy, thinner than its counterpart’s and crispy as the way crackers are.

THE EGGS: Ya Kun’s soft-boiled eggs are done with consistent quality from outlet to outlet. Those hot eggs are cracked before serving.

Most of the Ya Kun outlets have a retro ambience while the original one at Far East Square still retains its vintage interior. People love Far East Square outlet most as the old-school charm exists on every corner of the shop.

Ya Kun’s menu mainly focuses on value sets and traditional favorites like Kaya Peanut Toast, Cheese Toast with Kaya and Butter Sugar Toast. Besides, the menu also features all day sides and Asian signature dishes such as Mee Siam, Laksa and Mee Rebus.


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