The taste: Perfect toast is so yummy that it quickly has our salivary glands going, just looking at it. Thus, it wasn't a big deal to go for our first bite. Kaya Toast is crunchy with the welcome texture of the smooth jam, and sweetly salty overall. Vegemite haters take heart, because this snack isn't anywhere as near an acquired taste. That said, vegemite lovers will probably love it as it a less intense, sweet alternative.
The price: The "homemade pandan kaya-butter toast" at Oriole Coffee Roasters is $3.50 SGD ($2.80 USD)
Where to find it: We had Kaya Toast three times during our two weeks in Singapore, and while it's most popularly ordered from mall bakeries like Toast Box and Ya Kun Kaya Toast, we loved the homemade Kaya Toast at the Oriole Coffee Roasters Chinatown branch, at 10 Jiak Chuan Road (near Neil Road).
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Disclosure: Airfare to Singapore and some accommodations were as a guest of Singapore Airlines, though all photos and opinions (and cool discoveries like this one) are completely our own.