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10 Foods You Must Try in Singapore

Tong Ah Eating House

Tong Ah Eating House

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Kaya toast is toasted white bread slathered with butter and coconut jam, it’s quite tasty and dipped into the super runny eggs makes a lovely combination. Eggs sometimes come in the shell and sometimes on a plate, either way they are VERY runny. Locals mix up their eggs in the saucer and add soy sauce to create a brown and gooey concoction. When you dip in the kaya toast the savoury and sweet complement each other well and then they’re washed down with a cup of kopi (local coffee). This combination is usually called a Kaya Set.  

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Super runny eggs and lots of locals

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