Ya Kun Kaya Toast

G/F North Parking, SM Mall of Asia, JW Diokno Blvd., Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay, Metro Manila

Ya Kun Kaya Toast
3.8
4.0 Stars

12 Reviewers

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  • 13 Reviews
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  • 12 Reviewers
Category:
Coffee
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 10:00p

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

Price Range

₱45 - ₱150

Most Recent Reviews

Kirstie Mel V.
3.0 Stars

Since I was with a Chinese friend yesterday, I let her decide where to eat because I don't want to force her to eat any Italian or Filipino food. I did not know by that time that she doesn't eat much at all. So she chose a Singaporean restaurant (just neutral for us both) and she grabbed one of the toasts while I got some rice meal (the Filipina in me). Anyway, their Sa Po Fan Claypot Meal is just like our adobo. Tastes well, blends well with sausage. The combo includes coffee jelly which was very soft. For the toast, my friend told me to try, it's just bread with margarine. If you are really hungry and cannot wait for other restos in MOA to have less people, you can try Ya Kun Kaya Toast.

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Justin J.
2.0 Stars

Had dinner here last Sunday night. My gf and I couldn't find anywhere else that wasn't packed. We were really hungry at the time and couldn't be bothered waiting. We passed by this place and only one table was occupied. We thought of giving it a try.

I ordered the beef noodle soup, while she ordered pork belly with rice something.

Both were unsatisfactory. The beef soup was all knorr cubes. Although they were generous with the beef, the soup, was too flavorful. They definitely dropped too much knorr beef cubes in it. Im sure. I hated the noodles as well. Those flat slimey ones. Ick.

The pork belly with rice thing seemed like a karinderya style adobo. Wasnt good at all.

For P160ish, this was a total rip off. Never trying this place again.

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Janelle C.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Captain Bruce D.
5.0 Stars

You must drink their milk tea 128077....I'm loving it. Simple, somewhat elegant in its own right, you dine here for the coffee with toast culture.128522

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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars

Mall was jampacked yesterday and I was hungry when I saw Ya kun kaya toast which has an interesting menu and not so much people inside. I tried their Bah Kuh Teh Rice it was a spareribs ginseng soup. The flavor of the ginseng soup reminds me of my favorite chinese soup my mom use to cook when I was a kid. It was really delicious and the spareribs was also softly cooked. The Kopi in the menu also was good the taste will remind you of singapore hawker center. Low profile resto that serve good and delicious meal. 128523

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Sinful B.
5.0 Stars

That #mindblowin condensed milk (as sugar & milk) did the trick for my Teh! Haha! Takes me back to Singapore trip every time I'm here! 128526128077 sorry Gong Cha 128513

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Sinful B.
5.0 Stars

That #mindblowin condensed milk (as sugar & creamer) did the trick haha! Takes me back to my Singapore trip every time im here :) sorry Gong Cha :p

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Miss H.
3.0 Stars

This dinner was brought to you by Ya Kun Kaya Toast. Lol

Once upon a time, there was a wandering kid in the biggest mall in Asia. With too many food choices, her heart can't decide what and where to eat. She walked and walked and when about to cross the street, to the direction of the the big screen, she stopped and headed back to where the globe was.

"No, please. No coffee. No fajita tonight." She uttered those several times to herself as she swayed back to the other side.

She then thought of Almon Marina and walked towards it. But what a fool she was to keep on walking and passed through her destination!

"Where's your mind at, kid?" Asked her heart.

She ignored the musings and found herself sitting on an orange chair.

For Php150, she landed herself on some Kaya Toast with Butter and a glass of Iced Lemon Ginger Tea!

She eagerly tasted the toast and heard some crunch sound in every bite! What a joy! She ate and ate til she reached the middle part where a butter-y taste exploded! Oh, this was love at middle bite! The Kaya toast itself was making her giddy but the mid-part made her ecstatic.

On her second toast, she ate it with the same heart as the first one. But as she took the next ones, a wish popped out of her mind! Unsalted butter, that was! Her tongue realized how salty the butter tasted that it overpowered her Kaya toast. How she wished a fairy godmother appeared right then!

She knew her meal was best partnered with a coffee or tea. But her stubborn mind settled for an iced tea! Consciously she knew that the kaya toast will surely affect the sweetness of the iced tea. Nevertheless, she enjoyed the glass of ice!

Few minutes after, she left with three stars on her head and started wandering again.

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Winnifred H.
4.0 Stars

I've been in this Singaporean favorite a few times for their toasts and teh tarik. (which is notable, by the way!) But today, I visited Ya Kun Kaya for dinner instead of snacks! Yes, they recently added clay pot meals to their menu.

My sister and I ordered different clay pot meals: Sa Po Fan for her and Braised Pork Belly for me. I tasted both and I must say they were a wonderful surprise, specially for those of you who are like me who love their rice with sauces. The meat was tender and definitely flavorful. Braised Pork Belly even came with eggs and carrots. I would have given this place complete stars if it wasn't for the slightly "too fatty" portions of pork belly. I would also like to note that the serving is quite filling. I believe this is a treat for only P148pesos.

Singaporean comfort food as always. If you're looking for a quaint place to eat or hang out with friends on a rainy night, this is the place to be. With amazing after-meal coffee to boot too!

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Brian T.
5.0 Stars

Egg. Toast. Coffee.
I'm not sure what do they call that dip for the toast, but I will surely come back for it.

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ZK F.
3.0 Stars

Looking for a light snack led me and my cousin to this place. The good thing eventhough its inside the mall, there were no long lines and the place was clean and cozy :)

We ordered a french toast with kaya and my cousin recommended what she calls a "milo monster". The french toast was the usual nothing quite special. The milo monster was. Milo shake with a huge serving of milo powder on top :)) my little boy love this but i found it too sweet.

They also serve sandwiches and other rice meals. Maybe next time. :)

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Francis A.
3.0 Stars

Still on the lookout for good Singaporean food in the metro? Me too! Unfortunately, this place might not be the place you're looking for. We had Sa Po Fan and Pork Rib Noodles plus some French toast and kopi. The noodles where a bit overdone the Sa Po Fan was just ok the French toast so-so but the coffee was good. I'm feeling like a food grouch now... It really wasn't bad, it just wasn't great...

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Ma Carla P.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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