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67 Killiney Road Singapore
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6734 9648 / 6734-3910
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Food and Beverages » Coffee & Tea
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“Kopi-0, 2 kaya roti & 2 eggs”, my usual breakfast on a Sunday morning. This place is packed from weekdays to weekends. Killiney Kopitiam is established since 1919, walking into the shop is like walking thru’ the time machine, slowing down our pace. I enjoyed the food as I could feel the sincerity put in every breakfast, no wonder the simple breakfast set won the hearts of many. And not to say, it has won mine. Love this place.

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  1. peiqiwan01
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     10 Sep 2014 at 2:27 pm

    Have tried Killiney numerous time and I always order their coffee and chicken curry. I love their curry with bread toast, their thick curry gravy is to die for. However I find their chicken curry portion a tad to small, so I would always order their kaya toast as "dessert".

    Their food is slightly more expensive than the usual kopitiam standard and the place is usually very crowded during lunch hour. So avoid patronizing place during lunch hour.

    So far I find the Killiney kopitiam branch at Killiney to serve the best chicken curry!

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    1. thinkefy
      thinkefy said:
      nice. love their curry chicken too!
      10 Sep 2014 at 2:36 pm
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  2. ladyironchef
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     08 May 2009 at 8:19 pm
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    Hands up if you don’t like kaya toast! From the freshly baked white bread toasted to perfection, the sweet and fragrant home-made kaya and the slightly melted butter, it was a combination of everything so simple. The truth to be told, this was one my first time trying Killiney’s toast, and I have not tried Ya Kun’s one yet. I know, i know.

    Logically speaking, we can just buy their bread, the kaya, and the butter to make ourselves at home. But, somehow it is impossible to replicate the same slice of toast when we d-i-y. So I will like to think that it is their skills and the toaster that makes the difference. Killiney’s famous bread toast ($0.80 per piece).

    For those who prefer to have more substantial portion for breakfast, the French loaf toast ($1.80) might be a better option. More kaya, more kaya!

    I was surprised by the revelation of eating French toast with kaya ($1.60 per piece). I have never, ever tried eating French toast with kaya before, and I did not even harboured the thought that it could be done. Oh-my! This is one which you either love it, or hate it.

    Unfortunately both of us do not drink coffee, and we chose the ice barley over hot tea due to the weather conditions. All along I thought that Killiney is famous for their kaya toast and kopi. But they also served food like curry chicken, mee siam, and mee rubus.

    You are always welcome to visit ladyironchef for a full-up on this trip. Whatever written herein are my genuine feelings expressed in words. Food, my dear, is what they call an adventure!

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    1. happyangster
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       26 Mar 2009 at 11:42 pm

      An institution of coffee brewing in Singapore. I am not a regular at this place, however each time I get to visit my client at ComCenter in Somerset, I will ask them to take time to go for tea break and drop by at this coffee shop. Expect this place to be a lilttle bit crowded but nevermind, the thick, soothing coffee that they serve here really fits my caffeine dosage. And surprisingly, for the few times I have taken my cup of coffee here, the consistency of its taste has not change. Unlike in some coffee shops, today is a li'l bit pale, tomorrow its too sweet.

      What also interest me at this place is the type of crowd you expect to see. Since food and drinks here cost a few cents more than normal shops, middle class / professionals are mostly the patrons. Expect them to be well dressed, groomed and look fine.

      Bottomline, its their coffee im coming for. I could say they always brew coffee perfect for my taste.

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