Nasi Lemak, Laksa and Kaya Toast are dishes that need no further introduction to Singaporeans. Daily Coffee is a Halal eatery situated in Viva Business Park and they have elevated these dishes to the next level.
If there is one thing Singaporeans love more than food, it would be free-flow food or upsized food. With this in mind, Daily Coffee serves jumbo sized dishes perfect for those who are bulking or for sharing amongst a group.
We opted for the Nasi Lemak Power (S$24.90) without any hesitation. Believe us when we say that the portion is huge—it can be shared amongst a group of 4 and no one will leave hungry!
The Nasi Lemak Power came with a generous serving of papadum, deep-fried chicken, chicken cutlet as well as a huge portion of fragrant coconut rice beneath the omelette. The fried chicken was extremely crispy and succulent, although we would have preferred if it was less salty.
Other XXL dishes include Laksa Power (S$18) and Seafood Nasi Lemak Power (S$38.90).
Fret not if you are here alone or in a pair for Daily Coffee also serves the usual portions of Nasi Lemak mostly priced below S$6. Should you be looking for something more premium, you can opt for their Stingray Nasi Lemak (S$8.90) or the Crayfish Nasi Lemak (S$9.90).
Daily Coffee also serves traditional toast sets such as the Kaya Butter Toast Set (S$4.50), which comes with 2 slices of kaya butter toasts, 2 soft boiled eggs and a cup of coffee or tea of your choice.
They executed the comforting dish brilliantly such that you would be able to tick off everything you can expect from a good butter kaya toast. Butter kaya toast is indeed hard to disappoint—while this may not be the best kaya toast in Singapore, we would gladly wipe this plate clean.
Daily Coffee Singapore
750 Chai Chee Road
#01-18, Viva Business Park
Tel: 9878 0601
Daily: 7.30am – 8.30pm
Nearest Station: Bedok