Kaya is a traditional egg jam made from a mixture of coconut and eggs. Kaya has its origins from Malaysia
and Singapore. It is a very popular local breakfast spread because of its unique taste...
Most Singaporeans cannot start a day without their favourite kaya toast coupled with 2 soft-boiled eggs and a
cup of coffee. It is the very same traditional breakfast introduced some 40 years ago and it is still
favoured by many Singaporeans from all walks of life till now.
Kaya can be purchase at many places in Singapore, such as coffee shop, bakery, hotels and more. There are also
eateries that specialised in Kaya toast such as Yakun, Killiney Kopitiam and others coffee shops that can be
spotted almost anywhere in Singapore.