Traditional charcoal-grilled kaya butter toast set that comes with soft-boiled eggs and Nanyang coffee in a nostalgic and old-school coffee shop.

I love the atmosphere here where it feels like I'm being teleported back to the 1980s with marble tables and a very old-school setting that is pretty hard to find these days. Toasts were the fluffy (not crispy) type with butter and not too sweet kaya. The eggs were huge and done to perfection. The service is a little slow but understandable with a very old uncle managing everything on his own. Overall it’s worth the experience if you are nearby and don’t mind the long wait 》$5.20 (incl Milo)