Love Ya Kun Kaya Toast?
Decadent slabs of salted butter and a generous spread of kaya on thick cuts of crispy toast.
Now blend it up and eat it cold.
Kaya Toast Gelato
Have you tried our limited edition Kaya Toast Gelato?Exclusively available at Ya Kun SAFRA Toa Payoh, get your hands on this treat today! Available while stocks last. #YaKunKayaToast #YaKunKayaToastSG
A few things to note about this product:
- It’s a limited edition item
- It’s while stocks last
It’s greenIt’s only available in SAFRA Toa Payoh
Oops, we lost half of you with that last one.
For the lucky ones nearby, read on.
In theory, this sounds nice, right?
The actual toast at Ya Kun is pretty good. Even if they don’t manage to get the toast part in, maybe it’ll taste like a buttery kaya ice cream.
Perhaps like a rich coconut.
At least, this is one of the novel flavours that works as a dessert even in our heads, instead of nasi lemak or something which requires quite an active imagination.
There was only one review we could find online, and they’ve reported that it costs $3.80, comes in a pre-packaged sealed cup and tastes mainly like kaya.
So that’s it then. It’s probably still worth tasting if you’re into Ya Kun and/or kaya toast since its limited edition.
For the ones already climbing into your car –
- Address for SAFRA Toa Payoh: 293 Lor 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319387 (Ya Kun Kaya Toast is located on Level 1)
- Contact: 6261 5426
Alternative Kaya Toast Ice Cream
For those who, all of a sudden, find themselves craving this but don’t want to travel to the north, there’s apparently another shop selling this magical ice cream in Singapore.
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Sunday Folks has come up with a magical creation which has “various components of a kaya toast”.
Expect elements like Buttered toast, coconut flakes and even coffee-caramel to add a “kopi” twist to the concoction.
Other than this ice cream, they also came up with three different coffee-based creations: Strawberry Cloud Cold Brew, Cold Brew Lime Tonic, and Espresso Cloud Jelly.
These are all available at their Holland Village Cafe until Oct 2020.
You can find out more details here.
No doubt you’d have encountered some of their other innovations.
A Singapore exclusive, Ya Kun X Pocky comes in two flavours, Kopi O and Kaya Toast! Now available in all Ya Kun outlets island wide. 🙂
Word is the Kaya Toast flavoured one is mild, and the Kopi O one is controversial. (Some loved it, some didn’t.)
But either way, you can’t go too wrong with Pocky so get them at any outlet.
Did you know Ya Kun Kaya Toast has merchandise on their website?
Those include Ya Kun Coffee Powder, Ya Kun Cookies, Ya Kun Elfin Pack and Ya Kun Kaya jar.
Of course, this would work perfectly as a gift for friends who are stuck in other countries and are unable to get some real authentic kopi or kaya for months.
That or your paranoid friends who stepped out of the house for an exact 9-minute-47.359-second suntan session daily to get vitamin C before barricading themselves into the house again.
Or, just for anyone who loves Ya Kun coffee and toast, really.
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