Friday, November 25, 2022
HomeNightlifeNew on the town: Toast Days

New on the town: Toast Days

Haji lane is Singapore’s unique indie neighbourhood, the house to many boutique outlets, and hip cafes, and an especially standard spot for each locals and vacationers alike. Toast Days, a brand new cafe that opened on 27 September 2022 goals to problem that demographic by standing out from the group. They provide conventional native delights and Nanyang espresso on their menu.

toast days - cafe front
Credit score – Toast Days

The founders are a bunch of foodies who’ve all the time thought-about toast and kopi as an integral a part of their food plan. Their imaginative and prescient is to permit vacationers from throughout the globe to do this intangible culinary tradition and expertise our native way of life that’s near our hearts.

toast days - interior of cafe
Credit score – Toast Days

With a cushty and relaxed old school setting, the commissioned drawing on the cafe’s wall is finished by native artist Tiffany Yao.

It transports locals again to the times the place toast and kopi have been made on the range prime. For vacationers, it provides them a glimpse of the nice outdated days of Singapore’s meals scene.

toast days - food served
Credit score – Toast Days

Their breakfast menu options a wide range of Toast (S$5 for à la carte) and French Toast (S$6.80 for à la carte), in flavours like conventional kaya, peanut butter, nutella, kaya butter, blueberry and even my childhood favorite; butter sugar!

Each of them could be upgraded right into a Toast Set (S$7.80 for toast, S$9.80 for french toast), which contains two soft-boiled eggs and a drink.

toast days - waffles
Credit score – Toast Days

Should you’re on the lookout for one thing extra substantial, they serve Curry Rooster with Rice (S$11.80) and Singapore Fried Rice with Omelette (S$11.80) with a selection of shrimp, rooster satay or fish otar.

For dessert, they provide Conventional Pandan Waffles (S$11.50) with flavours like kaya and blueberry, served with 2 scoops of varied ice cream. They even have Ice Kacang (S$8.80) that’ll assist cool you down after strolling the streets of Haji Lane.

Hurry all the way down to this cafe with nostalgic vibes for good ol’ conventional delights.

Different articles you would possibly like:

New on the town: cafe BomBom – Korean dessert cafe with bingsu, bomcarons & flavoured frappes

Cafe Q Categorized: Stunning floral pink cafe with yam mochi desserts, candy & savoury Dutch pancakes

Toast Days

24 Haji Lane , Singapore 189217

Toast Days

24 Haji Lane , Singapore 189217

Working Hours: 9am – 5pm (Tue to Solar), Closed on Mon



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments