Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Yin Yang and Toast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Yin Yang and Toast

Ya Kun Kaya Toast is one of the popular chains of kopitiams in Singapore and other parts of Asia. Just like a typical kopitiam, Ya Kun Kaya Toast offers coffee, tea, other beverages kaya toast, and soft boiled eggs. The first branch of Ya Kun Kaya Toast in the Philippines is in Ninoy Aquino International Airport 2 while the second branch is located along Escriva Drive in Pasig City.

Milo Dinosaur at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Milo Dinosaur, 90 pesos

While the rest of the group ordered Yin Yang (half tea and half coffee), I chose to have Milo Dinosaur as a drink. Milo Dinosaur is an iced Milo drink topped with a spoonful of Milo powder. I wonder how Milo Dinosaur got its name. I’ve been trying to search online about it. ๐Ÿ˜€

Kaya Toast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Kaya Toast, 115 pesos (half set), and 150 pesos (full set)

We were able to try all of their Kaya toasts (toast served with coconut egg jam) and my favorites are: French toast, Cheezy French Toast, Regular Kaya Toast and the Milo Toast.

Butter Sugar Toast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Butter Sugar Toast, 115 pesos (half set), and 150 pesos (full set)

French Toast with Kaya at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
French Toast with Kaya, 140 pesos (full set)

Peanut Butter Toast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Peanut Butter Toast, 115 pesos (half set), and 150 pesos (full set)

Milo Toast at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Milo Toast, 140 pesos (full set)

Cheezy French Toast with Kaya at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Cheezy French Toast, 150 pesos (full set)

Soft Boiled Egg at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Soft Boiled Egg, 40 pesos (2 pieces)

Soft boiled eggs go well with their Kaya Toast. But before you dip your toast in a bowl of soft boiled eggs, you must put some soy sauce on it. ๐Ÿ˜€ You can also check out this YouTube video clip.

Iced Lemon Tea at Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Iced Lemon Tea, 75 pesos

Coconut Jam from Ya Kun Kaya Toast
Kaya (Coconut Jam)

If you like to have some kaya and toast at home, then you could buy a bottled Kaya from them. ๐Ÿ˜€

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