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This Amoy Street Stall Has Kaya Toast Sets With Legit Vietnamese Drip Coffee

27th September 2022

Life Coffee in Amoy Street Food Centre for Vietnamese coffee and banh mi

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Hidden within the two-storey Amoy Street Food Centre is Life Coffee, an unassuming establishment that appears to be a regular drinks stall at first. On closer look, you’ll notice its subtle Vietnamese flair, including an image of a Vietnamese conical hat on its signboard.

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The straightforward menu features banh mi, Vietnamese drip coffee, and kaya toast sets. A Traditional Bread (Set) and Kaya Bread (Set) will set you back at $3.50 and $3.60 respectively, and both come with slices of toast, two half-boiled eggs, and a cup of hot coffee.

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The Vietnamese Drip Coffee ($2.20 for hot, $2.80 for cold) is a must-try and comes with a metal drip filter. The coffee is said to be smooth and taste similar to the ones served in Vietnam. For something different, you can try their iced 4 Layers Coffee ($2.80) or Ribena Sparkling Soda ($2.60).

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Aside from kaya toasts, the stall serves two kinds of banh mi— Banh Mi Ga ($5) and Banh Mi Sai Gon ($5), the former consisting of roasted chicken and the latter being a pork-stuffed baguette. Regulars love the flavourful sandwiches, packed with crunchy vegetables and juicy meat.

For more good food in Amoy Street Food Centre, check out our 20 Amoy Street Food Centre places food guide. If you’re looking for affordable banh mi, read our Banh Mi Be Bi review.

Address: 7 Maxwell Road, #02-134, Singapore 069111
Opening hours: Sun-Fri 6:30am to 4pm
Life Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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