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Indulge in an authentic Hainanese breakfast at Yut Kee Restaurant! In business since 1929, the kopitiam (traditional coffee shop) is one of the oldest in town! Order their best-selling Chicken Chop and Roast Pork Roll (only available on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays), then pair it with a cold glass of Kopi Peng (iced coffee) for a refreshing treat! Remember to give your name to the staff upon arrival, it will be called out once a table is ready for you.
You can’t say breakfast in Singapore without nasi lemak. At Selera Rasa, you can get the Royal Rumble—basically, an order of nasi lemak with a piece of everything on their menu. A piece of chicken, fried fish, otah, anchovies, hash browns, and a fried egg on top of coconut rice is the answer when you wake up extra hungry.