Simple, divine, classic—a few words that describe this century-old eating establishment. Although this particular restaurant is published in tour guides as a chosen place to consume, don't be too proud to try it.
The classic breakfast consists of two soft boiled eggs, toast smeared with kaya, and moderately sweetened coffee, which will cost you about five Singapura dollars.
For the weary or adventurous eater, the eggs are cracked into a bowl and eaten with a spoon—expect them to be runny. The kaya spread adds a delightfully sweet tone, hinting of coconut and sugarcane. The coffee contains sweetened condensed milk, giving it a pleasurable jolt.
The kaya spread is also sold here—to those looking to bring back edible gifts.