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This Spot At Sembawang Hills Serves Fluffy Kaya Toast & Sous Vide Eggs For The Ultimate Comfort Breakfast!

Nothing beats some classic kaya toast and soft-boiled eggs for a comforting breakfast in the morning. Although a rather simple dish, it certainly brings a smile to all of us as soon as we take that first bite. If you’re looking for a taste of comfort to start your day, Sin Hoe Huat Cafe at Sembawang Hills Food Centre is just the place to head to!

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Popular Breakfast Stall At Sembawang Hills

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Image: Singapore Foodie

Sin Hoe Huat Cafe is a family-run stall at Sembawang Hills Food Centre and has been around since 1968! The current owners are a mother-and-son duo, Ashton & Rebecca, who are the third-generation owners. Serving up an extensive menu of toasts with spreads of delectable kaya and peanut butter, pair it with their soft-boiled eggs and hot beverages for the ultimate comfort breakfast.

What’s unique about this stall is that they actually sous vide their soft-boiled eggs, giving a unique touch to them. It’s certainly something you don’t see very often in your typical soft-boiled eggs!

Photo: Singapore Foodie
Image: Singapore Foodie

The Kaya Thick Toast Set ($3), comes with fluffy toasted bread, two soft-boiled eggs, and a hot beverage of your choice. The bread comes with a generous layer of sweet and fragrant kaya that has more of an eggy taste, rather than your usual coconut.

Additionally, it is sweeter than your typical kaya spread which is perfect for those with sweet tooths. The kopi is the ultimate beverage to perk you up in the morning with its sweetness and delightful hint of bitterness that blends together perfectly.

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The sous vide eggs are served perfectly cooked, with them being much plumper and firmer than your usual soft-boiled eggs. Be sure to enjoy this classic breakfast favourite with some dark soy sauce and white pepper.

For those who have yet to try dipping their kaya toast into the eggs, you have seriously been missing out. Each bite gives you a beautiful mix of sweet and savoury, with the bread being soft yet still retaining its fluffiness. A delicious pairing that you should definitely give a try!

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Hurry Down To Sin Hoe Huat Cafe Today!

Sin Hoe Huat Cafe opens at 6am daily, making it the perfect breakfast spot if you’re in the area. This timeless breakfast favourite is certainly one you won’t want to miss out on. Hurry down today!

Address: 590 Upper Thomson Rd, #01-01, Sembawang Hills Food Centre, Singapore 574419

Operating Hours: Daily, except for Mon, 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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