A collection of travel memories pre COVID-19 - Chapter 3
Updated: Sep 16, 2020
A Michelin awarded breakfast of 2$ in Singapore
Yes, you read it right! Ever heard of Kaya Toast? Originating from Malaysia, this breakfast staple had won my heart. After researching on the best affordable breakfast joints, my mind focused on this particular hawker stall - 1950s Coffee, just a few meters away from Chinatown MRT. Located on the first floor, it was no surprise to see a long queue in front of this stall around 9 AM. Oh, the charm of a Michelin awardee!!
Moving ahead in the queue, I realized I had to decide on what I need to order before reaching the counter. I felt a bit flustered & then a very kind uncle helped me to order the Kaya toast & Coffee.
When I thanked him and placed my order, he asked,
"Are you from India?"
I replied, "Yes, I am."
"That's nice! I have been to Bengaluru for my work last year."
Such a small world. I happily responded, "That's great! I actually live in Bangalore."
A very pleased me started finding a table to eat once my order came up. As I took my first bite and had a sip of coffee, I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't realize that coffee and toast would taste so good. The Kaya jam tasted coconuty and buttery. It was definitely worth more than what I paid.