This kaya toast uses a homemade kaya jam spread onto 2 slices of toasted brown bread with slices of butter sandwiched in between. The toasted bread is not exactly crispy and is kind of soft. However the kaya jam has very nice flavours. It is very fragrant with nice coconut flavours and sweet tastes. Likeable.
Soft Boil Egg
The soft boil eggs are served in a bowl with soya sauce and pepper added to your liking. The egg whites are watery, but the egg yolk is overcooked. The egg yolk is solid instead of watery. This soft boil egg is a failure. Skip the eggs and go for the kaya toast.
This cup of teh has nice tea flavours and isn’t overly sweet. Nice. I like it.
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