Where to eat breakfast at the East side ?

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Where to eat breakfast at the East side ?

Postby Eddow » Wed Feb 16, 2011 10:38 pm

Anyone can recommend places to sit down and have simple breakfast (at 8am)? Light breakfast like kaya toast/pau/shun-kuey/carrot cake etc, at coffee shop, prefer non-aircon.
Thanks ^_^

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Postby schweppes » Wed Feb 16, 2011 10:59 pm

You can try Chin Mee Chin at Chapel Road (next to Holy Family Church) for their kaya toast, soft buns and kopi/teh. Very crowded too!!

And if u just walk down a little towards Jago Close, there's a kopitiam that sells good local bfast : prata, carrot cake (yumz!! always very crowded), bfast noodles stall (fried beehoon, kuay teow, etc), porridge.

Enjoy... :drool:

Hmm... now I feel like eating there tomorrow morning :wink:

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Postby Guest » Wed Feb 16, 2011 11:00 pm

schweppes wrote:You can try Chin Mee Chin at Chapel Road (next to Holy Family Church) for their kaya toast, soft buns and kopi/teh. Very crowded too!!

And if u just walk down a little towards Jago Close, there's a kopitiam that sells good local bfast : prata, carrot cake (yumz!! always very crowded), bfast noodles stall (fried beehoon, kuay teow, etc), porridge.

Enjoy... :drool:

Hmm... now I feel like eating there tomorrow morning :wink:


You are making me hungry! Can I join you for breakfast tomorrow? :wink:
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Postby schweppes » Wed Feb 16, 2011 11:23 pm

25hourmaid wrote:
schweppes wrote:You can try Chin Mee Chin at Chapel Road (next to Holy Family Church) for their kaya toast, soft buns and kopi/teh. Very crowded too!!

And if u just walk down a little towards Jago Close, there's a kopitiam that sells good local bfast : prata, carrot cake (yumz!! always very crowded), bfast noodles stall (fried beehoon, kuay teow, etc), porridge.

Enjoy... :drool:

Hmm... now I feel like eating there tomorrow morning :wink:


You are making me hungry! Can I join you for breakfast tomorrow? :wink:


haha... soon soon :wink:

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Postby tankee » Thu Feb 17, 2011 12:24 am

there is a killiney kopitam at Siglap, 11 Upper East Coast Road

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Postby Eddow » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:08 am

schweppes wrote:You can try Chin Mee Chin at Chapel Road (next to Holy Family Church) for their kaya toast, soft buns and kopi/teh. Very crowded too!!

And if u just walk down a little towards Jago Close, there's a kopitiam that sells good local bfast : prata, carrot cake (yumz!! always very crowded), bfast noodles stall (fried beehoon, kuay teow, etc), porridge.

Enjoy... :drool:

Hmm... now I feel like eating there tomorrow morning :wink:


Thanks alots, Yes, was eating there most of the time. Need a change of place. Hee.. Any other places along that stretch ? Today went to Marine parade hawker center, had chee choeng fun, shun kueh... so satifying..^_^
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Postby Eddow » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:09 am

tankee wrote:there is a killiney kopitam at Siglap, 11 Upper East Coast Road


Wanted to go there this morning, but realised they didn't open the door at 7am.. so went to marine parade hawker instead.. :)

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Postby tankee » Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:32 pm

Eddow wrote:
tankee wrote:there is a killiney kopitam at Siglap, 11 Upper East Coast Road


Wanted to go there this morning, but realised they didn't open the door at 7am.. so went to marine parade hawker instead.. :)


their operating hours at siglap is supposed to be :?

Tues to Sat - 7am to 11pm
Mon, Sun & PH -7am to 7pm
Closed on Alternate Monday

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Postby Augmum » Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:59 am

schweppes wrote:You can try Chin Mee Chin at Chapel Road (next to Holy Family Church) for their kaya toast, soft buns and kopi/teh. Very crowded too!!

And if u just walk down a little towards Jago Close, there's a kopitiam that sells good local bfast : prata, carrot cake (yumz!! always very crowded), bfast noodles stall (fried beehoon, kuay teow, etc), porridge.

Enjoy... :drool:
Hmm... now I feel like eating there tomorrow morning :wink:


Schweppes, when i was still staying in katong, i often patronize Chin Mee Chin too..... :D
Oh yes !!! their kaya / kaya toast is awesome!!! :love:
after eating there, would also buy their kaya home, really missed their kaya and other buns/cakes there.

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Postby autumnbronze » Sun Feb 20, 2011 7:10 am

Augmum wrote:
schweppes wrote:You can try Chin Mee Chin at Chapel Road (next to Holy Family Church) for their kaya toast, soft buns and kopi/teh. Very crowded too!!

And if u just walk down a little towards Jago Close, there's a kopitiam that sells good local bfast : prata, carrot cake (yumz!! always very crowded), bfast noodles stall (fried beehoon, kuay teow, etc), porridge.

Enjoy... :drool:
Hmm... now I feel like eating there tomorrow morning :wink:


Schweppes, when i was still staying in katong, i often patronize Chin Mee Chin too..... :D
Oh yes !!! their kaya / kaya toast is awesome!!! :love:
after eating there, would also buy their kaya home, really missed their kaya and other buns/cakes there.


Do they close early??

I went there yesterday around 5 plus in the evening but they had closed :cry: :cry:

I had craving for milo and old fashioned butter cream cake :drool: :drool:

Will they be open today?? Until what time??

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