Laksa, nasi lemak and kaya toast are food items you'll commonly find in hawker centres and eateries in Singapore. However, these dishes are a tad harder to come by in Vancouver.
Luckily, diners living in Vancouver who wish to satisfy their cravings for Singaporean fare can now visit Nancy Go Yaya, a cafe that recently opened.
The cafe serves Singaporean favourites at a premium price tag, such as:
- Kaya Toast C$11 (S$11.96)
- Soft Boiled Eggs (two for C$4 (S$4.35)
- Roti John (C$13 (S$14.14))
- Chicken Curry puffs (two for C$7 (S$7.61))
- Laksa (C$17 (S$18.49))
- Nasi Lemak (C$17 (S$18.49))
Beverages and sweet treats
You'll also find familiar sweet treats like the Pandan Chiffon Cake (C$7 or S$7.61), Kueh Kueh Ube (purple yam cake) (C$5.50 or S$5.98) and Condensed Milk Soft Serve (C$4.50 or S$4.89).
Beverages such as Teh Tarik (C$4.40 or S$4.35), Milo Dinosaur (C$5.50 or S$5.98) and Kopi (C$4.50 or S$4.89) are also on the menu.
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