Ya Kun Kaya Toast

G/F Jazz Mall, N. Garcia St. cor. Metropolitan Ave., Bel-Air, Makati, Metro Manila

Ya Kun Kaya Toast
2.9
3.0 Stars

9 Reviewers

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  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 1
  • 9 Reviews
  • 1 Recommend
  • 9 Reviewers
Category:
Coffee

Payment Options

Cash

Price Range

₱45 - ₱150

Most Recent Reviews

Pamela A.
2.0 Stars

Ordered their milk tea and all i tasted was milk. Its like hot water with evap milk.

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Joseph S.
1.0 Stars

Cashier, servers and manager were lost considering that there were only 3 tables occupied. Better training and service needed. Orders were late and some I had to follow-up because it didnt come out. Team could be more professional given that this is a franchised brand.

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Maureen S.
4.0 Stars

Although I like the kaya of Toast Box better, Ya Kun Kaya's quite ok! I had my usual plain kaya toast with hard boiled egg (not a fan of soft boiled) and hot milk tea 128522 the serving was just right for a hungry tummy after 2 hrs of exercise 128540

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Jackie A.
3.0 Stars

(Photo: Bah Ku Te [not sure if spelling is correct], which is, according to them, their best-seller.)

The food we ordered was alright but meh. Nothing remarkable, in my opinion.

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Ron M.
3.0 Stars

Okay at first i thought this was a korean coffee joint but when i was able to try it, i discovered it was singaporean 128517

I was always intrigued by their coffee, i've read that they infuse air in the coffee to enhance the flavor and they brew their coffee in these long-nosed tall old fashioned kettles with the so-called "sock", the long net with a fine mesh that serves as the filter for the ground coffee. In addition to my curiosity, from their name, kaya toast, i kinda wanted to know if his toast is authentic or just an over rated one.

As first timers, we ordered the kopi teh 'O' which is a pure black coffee and the kopi teh 'c' which is black coffee with evaporated milk, well their coffee is strong and bold, if you're a coffee lover you would appreciate it and it really goes well with their signature kaya toast with butter, at first i thought it was just plain toast but when it was served it was a sandwich filled with cheese and kaya, kaya i think is their term for condensed milk, not sure what language it is, the toast is quite unique, well indont think its a store bought bread, it would be a disappointment if it was.

Over all, well it was worth a try but i dont think that it's something special

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Cedric Paul A.
4.0 Stars

Been here twice but never got to write about this place. A bit small compare to the MOA branch but good enough for quick meals. Ordered braised pork belly, the dish reminds me of my Mom's chinese adobo. The soft and tasty pork meat with slivers of fat are worth the additional gym time. They almost melt in your mouth and the sauce complements the hot steaming rice very well. They serve good brewed coffee and tea as well, will write about that next time.

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Daphne M.
2.0 Stars

BIG mistake to let husband choose our dinner place tonight. This restaurant did nothing to please my rumbling stomach tonight as i hardly ate my order of beef noodles.
When the server opened the lid of my bowl I immediately took note of the absence of greens, the way it was shown in the picture on the wall. Asked the server if it really didnt have veggies and she said "no ma'am, only chinese herbs and pepper in the broth." The pepper i tasted alright, but the Chinese herbs tasted like beef boullion to me!
Hubby didn't enjoy his order of Bah Kut Teh (porkribs in broth) rice meal either. Good thing it came with Hoisin sauce as dip or all he wouldve remembered is the strong taste of pepper.
Nothing special about this place, (could it be that we just ordered wrong?) and I'm not sure if we will give it another try.

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Crichelle F.
4.0 Stars

fell inlove with their kaya toast so i ended up buying a bottle of their kaya spread128522

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Belle D.
3.0 Stars

i am a big fan of kaya toast. the best one i tried was hai peng kedai kopi in malaysia.

this one in jazz mall is already localized:
bread, kaya
everything except the butter

was sweeter.

naging dessert. hahaha. 9786

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