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Keng Wah Sung Serves Hearty Coffee & Kaya Toast For More Than 70 Years In Singapore

There are many noteworthy spots for a breakfast spree in the morning. For a simple and hearty breakfast, choices include the famous Tong Ah Eating House. In related news, Chin Mee Chin Confectionery will be opening at the same location soon! In the meantime, this old-school coffee shop deserves your visit.

Keng Wah Sung Has A History Of More Than 70 Years

 

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Strategically located along Geylang Road, Keng Wah Sung is the go-to spot for locals to get their breakfast cravings fixed. Spot this old-school coffee shop with its original signboard and aged tables. It definitely exudes old-school charm. Simple breakfast treats such as coffee, half-boiled eggs, and kaya toasts are well-executed right here.

 

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Let’s start off with the important thing of the day – coffee. Keng Wah Sung makes traditional coffee that will surely hit the spot. It has the two components that make a coffee good, strong and aromatic. If you love the combination of coffee, half-boiled eggs, and kaya toasts in the morning, you will be thrilled to know that this spot offers one of the most pocket-friendly breakfast sets in town.

 

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There are many ways to eat this combination, some people love to pair all of them together, while others love to taste them separately. What’s your pick? No doubt, Keng Wah Sung is the perfect spot to start the day. Who are you going to check out this historic coffee shop with? Tag them in the comments!

Perfect Spot For Simple & Hearty Breakfast Set

 

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Address: 783 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389672

Operating Hours: Daily except for Sunday, 5:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Read Chin Mee Chin Confectionery Sets To Reopen In May 2021

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