7 Maxwell Road
#02-95 Amoy Street Food Centre
Singapore 069111

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05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

05:30am - 04:00pm

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Kaya toast was crisp on the outside, worth the price! Enjoyed this on a weekday morning with a cup of teh gao siew dai :)

Yakun toast may no longer be $2.40 ala carte, but this one still is! Standards are a little inconsistent here tho, I’ve gotten limp and non-crispy toast before, but thankfully this time the toast was rather crisp and toasty. I like the kaya here - it’s pretty aromatic and is extra shiok with the butter bits spread throughout the toast. A satisfying breakfast!


That whole area smells of charcoal but as you can tell here it isn't v charred so the charcoal smell was quite weak also

The bread is rather hard but the jammy Kaya was delicious and the melting butter worked really well too, being abit saltier than normal

Ah Seng (Hai Nam) Coffee in Amoy Street Food Centre was started by Mr Wong Lock Seng’s father in Lau Pa Sat in 1964. The Robusta coffee beans are ground in-house and their homemade kaya makes the French Toast and Kaya Toast super delicious.


Kaya toast wasn’t crisp enough, kaya was nice but there wasn’t much of it. There was a few small pieces of cold butter! A bit disappointed, maybe we came too early and they weren’t ready yet because it was very meh. My dad said the coffee was okay but not amazing. Probably wouldn’t get either again, but will try their french toast next time.

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One of the few remaining hawker stalls that use charcoal to toast their bread, Ah Seng Coffee is known for these indulgent Kaya French Toast ($3.50). The eggy bread is served with pandan-fragrant spread on the side for you to double-dip or triple dip!

But if this is too sinful, there’s the Kaya-Butter Toast ($1.70) a thin slice of butter and Kaya between two white bread.