5 Best Halal Kaya Toast In Singapore


Syahirah Mazlan •  Aug 03, 2023

Singapore, the bustling city-state, never ceases to amaze us with its vibrant culture and culinary delights! And if there's one breakfast dish that holds a special place in every Singaporean's heart, it's none other than the beloved Kaya Toast! But wait, there's more to this traditional delight – we're here to inspire your taste buds with 5 places to get the best Halal Kaya Toast in Singapore! So, buckle up and join us on this scrumptious journey as we explore the fluffiest bread, the creamiest spreads, and the sweetest adventures in the city.

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1. Kaffe & Toast

Here's one underated local breakfast spot you have to show some love to! Kaffe & Toast offers a mean Pho noodle soup with tender beef strips and chewy beef balls. But they also serve kaya toast made with two slices of white bread that are grilled and then spread with kaya and butter. You can also add a variety of toppings, such as peanut butter, chocolate spread, or cheese!

Kaffe & Toast

Halal status: Halal-certified
Address & opening hours:Click here for the full list!


2. 1983 A Taste of Nanyang

A familiar face at local campuses in Singapore including (but not limited to) Singapore Management University (SMU) and Republic Polytechnic (RP)! Other than their classic breakfast and lunch favourites like Curry Rice and Nasi Lemak, you can also enjoy Kaya Toast that has been baked on a grill for that crispy and toasted flavour!

Halal status: Halal-certified
Address & opening hours: Multiple outlets


3. Heavenly Wang

Heavenly Wang is a sister of Wang Café, but a halal certified version. Its a popular place to get halal-certified Fish Soup, Minced Noodles (Bouncy Fishballs anyone?) and much more! But you can also enjoy halal kaya toast here if you're craving for something light and easy to eat.

Set in a classy ambience with their trademark biscuit wall, and nostalgic feel, Heavenly Wang offers traditional kopi lovers a place to enjoy conversations over good halal food!

Halal status: Halal-certified
Address & opening hours:Multiple locations!


4. Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Who hasn't heard of Ya Kun Kaya Toast? It's a well-known Singaporean chain famous for its kaya toast - it even says so in it's name. They have over 40 outlets all over Singapore, so you're sure to find one near you. Their kaya toast is made with two slices of white bread that are grilled and then spread with a generous amount of kaya, which is a coconut jam. You can also add butter to your toast, and they offer a variety of other side dishes, such as soft-boiled eggs, kopi (coffee), and teh (tea).

P.S. Wondering is Ya Kun Kaya Toast is halal-certified? Find out more here!

Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Halal status: Their eateries are not halal-certified, but their kaya spreads are!

Address & opening hours:Multiple Locations


5. Ma Mum To Go

Want a quick bite? Here's where you can do just that! Ma Mum To Go offers deliciously crispy kaya toasts and other local delights that you won't be able to refuse! Their parent outlet 'Ma Mum' is known for local favourites like Mackerel Otah bun, Mee Rebus and much much more.

Ma Mum To Go

Halal status: Halal-certified
Address & opening hours:Click here for the list!


From nostalgic kopitiam vibes to contemporary cafes, each place on this list has its unique charm and delectable offerings. We hope this gastronomic adventure has left you eager to explore the diverse flavours that Singapore has to offer!