Ya Kun Kaya Toast

G/F Robinsons Place Manila, Pedro Gil St. cor. Adriatico St., Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila

Ya Kun Kaya Toast
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Category:
Coffee
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 9:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Price Range

₱45 - ₱150

Most Recent Reviews

Isha S.
3.0 Stars

Wanted a snack before dinner (not too heavy so I wouldn't ruin my dinner) and decided on Ya Kun Kaya.

Kaya is actually a combination of coconut milk, pandan, eggs, sugar. It's famous in Singapore (Ya Kun Kaya is a Singaporean brand) and Malaysia as a breakfast food spread on toast and served with soft boiled eggs and coffee.

Ya Kun Kaya's branch here in Robinsons Manila is right beside the grocery. Pretty plain and simple. They offer rice meals and of course, kaya toast variations, sandwiches and some drinks. I decided on kaya toast with butter, a soft boiled egg and their Milo Dinosaur. Everything tasted good, but of course nothing you can't do at home. I actually recreated what I had yesterday at Ya Kun Kaya for breakfast today. 128514 Pretty simple preparations needed. But of course, I needed the kaya, which I bought at this branch at 250 pesos for a medium sized jar. Guess I don't need to drop by Ya Kun Kaya anymore haha. Maybe for their rice meals next time. 128541

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Alex O.
3.0 Stars

If you are craving for Singaporean comfort food, try Ya Kun Kaya. The place looks drab though, but the food is good. They are known for their pulled coffee and toast with butter, which I enjoy for breakfast in one of those old shop houses whenever I am in Singapre. It is good, but a bit fattening though. But this time, I tried their Claypot Chicken rice, and surprisingly, even if it is not cooked in real claypot like they do in hawker centers in Singapore, the flavor remains good, and it comes with my favorite lap chong (chorizo macau). Don't forget to ask for a small plate of sliced chilli padi, then mix with thick soy sauce. This is the secret. Add it to your rice depending on your tolerance to get that kick. Not bad at all! Can be a substitute to my craving for real Chicken Claypot Rice.

I have seen this restaurant in NAIA 2 and SM Jazz Mall in Makati. It really has a lot of potential if only they improve their store design, and 'theater' (the pulled coffee should not be hidden)! If you don't mind dull interiors, and are looking for some Singaporean home-style comfort food, this one is for you.

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