Breakfast time!

12/28/10

A common breakfast option in Singapore: kopi (coffee) sweetened with condensed milk, kaya toast, and two soft-boiled eggs with some soy sauce and pepper. 

On some mornings, after Jeff has gone to work and I've walked the dogs, I grab the newspaper and head down the street to my favorite kopitiam (coffee shop) for breakfast just like this. The coffee is very sweet, just the way I like it. I was a little hesitant to try the soft-boiled eggs, but now I'm sort of addicted. And the kaya toast is my favorite: kaya is a sweet, creamy spread made with coconut and tastes heavenly. 

Not only is breakfast like this delicious and filling, it costs about the same as a cup of coffee from Starbucks back home. 

6 comments:

  1. I love those breakfasts. Mmmm the butter with the kaya! And I only ever really eat my eggs scrambled, poached or soft-boiled like that.

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  2. mmmmm runny yolk...i wonder if i can find kaya here...

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  3. the runny egg with the soy sauce looks so good. I haven't had this in a long time :)

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  4. Ahhh, I miss Kaya Toast! Used to eat it almost every day... Have a great new years, last year I was also in Singapore, but only for a stopover from Cambodia back to Europe. Enjoy!
    Viele Gruesse, Kristina

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  5. Mmmm I just love Yakun. The eggs are always the same consistency. Do you like the coffee much? Lots of non-locals can't get used to the taste and the sweetness but I love it!

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  6. @365days2play I absolutely love the coffee. The sweetness is the reason I drink it! Except it's high in calories so I try to cut it down to a cup or two a month, at most.

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