Tea was so weak it was like plain water. For $1.80... totally unacceptable. Sad that Ya Kun has deteriorated so badly.
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As someone who lives here, I can't recommend Ya Kun enough. One word of advice: don't bother going to this supposed flagship outlet. You can go to the many other outlets in Singapore and you'll get the same experience. Coming here is not the "authentic"...More
Service really bad! Food okay Attitude of staff - rude and Terrible. They charge for napkins, water and table was dirty. This is bad reflection of SINGAPORE. Such a nice country and this one made bad memories.
The subject title speaks for itself. The oldest female worker here needs some training cos she is the rudest. Saw her shouting and gesturing at some Korean family when all they wanted was to order. All the old woman did was Serving toast and collecting...More
Staff is so suck and bad service especially the women in red shirt (maybe a manager) We have to wait for 20 mins without any attendances. Asking for 3 times to get the menu. She looked very busy all time although the shop wasn’t crowded....More
Stood inside the shop for awhile to wait for someone to take my orders. One aunty shouted across and asked me if I’m eating in or taking out. I replied eating in. She told me to sit down and wait. Went to find a seat...More
Even if this is not the first ya Kun, it is from here that the franchise started. The still maintain the same level of service, quality and tradition.
If you are at Singapore ... Kaya is a must .. and these people have a history wit .. it goes with eggs and coffee ... a very special breakfast .. not to be missed at all ...
The male waiters are a lot more patient with customers with the female waiters constantly increasing in volume when non- Chinese speakers misunderstand them. Perhaps some training is in order?
This is where you have the best Kaya ... Not to be missed guys .. just not to be missed ... I had mine with coffee and eggs as suggested by the place ... prices are very decent ... I would call it the signature...More