A hearty and wholesome breakfast lifts your mood, and gives you the energy you need to course through the rest of the day. Start your morning on the right note with our list of yummy and affordable Singapore-style breakfasts!


9 Uniquely Singaporean Breakfast All Tourists Must Try

1. Ya Kun Kaya Toast with Butter Set Meal, $4.80

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Any visit to Singapore is incomplete without savouring our national breakfast of kaya toast and soft-boiled eggs, paired with a cup of aromatic coffee brewed the traditional way — via a coffee sock. Ya Kun is a household name when it comes to kaya jam; their iconic pandan and coconut custard spread recipe is a trade secret that leaves you coming back for more.

2. Yi Kou Wei Traditional & Brown Sugar Flavoured Steamed Egg Cake, $5 for four pieces

Steamed egg cakes are popular with children as a fuss-free and delicious breakfast just before school. Made of top-grade flour and eggs, with zero preservatives added, savour this soft and fluffy cake with tea or coffee.


3. Yi Kou Wei Soon Kueh, $4.20 for three pieces

Alternatively, tuck into the savoury, dumpling-like, Soon Kueh, a well-known snack filled with a fragrant mixture of stewed turnip shreds wrapped in a smooth blanket of tapioca flour skin.

4. Bengawan Solo Pandan Chiffon Slice, $1.60

Light, fluffy, and irresistible, Bengawan Solo’s signature Pandan Chiffon cake is made with freshly squeezed pandan juice and coconut milk, giving it its unmistakable fragrance and colour. Perfect for a light snack between meals

5. Old Malaya Cafe Fried Carrot Cake in Black or White, $4 to $4.50

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Unlike its Western counterpart, this Carrot Cake is not a cake per se. Rather, it’s made from radish, rice flour, and wheat flour combined and steamed to perfection, coated in an egg batter, then fried for that extra oomph. Pick from the black or white variety; its colour comes from the addition of dark soya sauce for added sweetness, while white is the plainer version.

6. Tai Cheong Bakery Egg Tart, $2 Each

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Tai Cheong Bakery makes their egg tarts fresh everyday. Smooth, lemon-yellow egg custard is seated inside a crumbly, buttery, crust. Delicious!

7. Mr. Obanyaki, $1.80 to $2 Each

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Obanyaki (“stuffed pancake”) is a traditional Japanese street snack that can be enjoyed as a light breakfast. Choose from six flavours: red bean, kaya, custard, peanut butter, blueberry, and cheese. Each obanyaki is freshly prepared on-the-spot, so you get to enjoy it piping hot!

8. Romankan Yokohama Handmade Fillet Katsu Sandwich, $3.80

Prefer a more filling breakfast? Try the Romankan Yokohama Handmade Fillet Katsu Sandwich. A breaded and fried pork cutlet is stuffed between white bread, then drizzled with tangy katsu sauce — a flavour explosion with each bite!

9. Mini One Mini Croissant, $2.40/100g

A popular choice, sample the bite-sized, miniature breads and cakes by Mini One! Choose from croissants, cheese cakes, danishes, and more.

Explore these uniquely Singaporean breakfast options, and more, only at Food Hall & Food Village, B2. Discounts redeemable from Wed 1 May to Fri 31 May 2019, 10am to 12pm daily!