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Best Old-School Coffee in Singapore

Singapore’s traditional breakfast: kopi or teh with kaya butter toast and soft-boiled eggs have seen a surge in popularity in recent years, with local chain Ya Kun even branching out abroad. If you’d like to get nostalgic and take a step back into Singapore’s culinary past, where are the best places to go to?

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Good Morning Nanyang Cafe

Good Morning Nanyang Cafe quickly became a popular old-school coffee and kaya toast destination, for both locals and tourists alike. If you love their unique flavours, vote to let everyone know!

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Ah Seng (Hai Nam) Coffee

Keeping things the way it's been since arriving from Hainan island in 1964, Ah Seng (Hai Nam) Coffee is one of the few remaining stalls that still toasts their bread over charcoal. Vote if you agree that old is gold!

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Toast Box

A nostalgic reflection of the coffee shops from the 60s, Toast Box is one the top places to visit for a fragrant cup of coffee accompanied by freshly toasted bread. Are they the best in Singapore? Tell us with your vote!

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Ya Kun Kaya Toast

From its humble beginnings as a modest coffee stall in the 1940s, Ya Kun Kaya Toast has not just grown to become a household name in Singapore, they are also overseas in many parts of Asia. Vote to tell us if they're your favourite coffeeshop!

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YY Kafei Dian

YY Kafei Dian serves some of the best kaya buns, kopi and Hainanese fare. You'll find their coffeeshop packed during weekday lunchtimes! Vote to let us know if you've visited them?

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Heap Seng Leong

Nestled under a void deck near Lavender MRT, Heap Seng Leong is THE place for a traditional cup of Kopi Gu You – coffee with some butter! Vote if they're your favourite!

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Hylam Street Old Coffee

At ABC Brickworks, you'll find traditional coffee where the beans are grounded on the spot, making for an extremely fresh, strong and aromatic brew. Have you tried their coffee? Vote to let us know!

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Killiney Kopitiam

First founded 100 years ago, you can call Kiliney Kopitiam Singapore's oldest coffee. Now boasting more than 30 outlets across Singapore, you can get a traditional breakfast almost anywhere! Can they get a thumbs up?

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Nanyang Old Coffee

Established in 2009, Nanyang Old Coffee now has a chain of nine outlets in Singapore, along with their first outlet in China! Are they the best in town? Vote to let us know!

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Tong Ah Eating House

Tong Ah Eating House is one of the traditional coffee shops where traditional breakfast lovers come for a nice cup of coffee and kaya toast. This iconic coffee shop has been around since 1939! Do they have your vote?

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