Fun Toast is a coffee shop that has been around since 1941. It was called Kheng Nam Hong back then. It was started by the grandfather-in-law of Ah Hian, who is now a co-owner.
The coffeehouse was known for its well-brewed, fragrant coffee, tea, and tasty, crispy kaya toast, all of which were known for their smells that made your mouth water.
Telok Ayer was being fixed up by the government in the early 1990s, so Kheng Nam Hong moved to the Amoy Street hawker center.
After 68 years, Kheng Nam Hong’s long and interesting history was told to the third generation of traditional coffee lovers.
Ah Hian wanted to keep up the family tradition of making Nanyang Coffee, so he and his sworn brother, Ah Yang, went into business together to keep a promise they made 12 years before. At the beginning of 2009, they set out on a journey to revive the coffeehouse with the goal of bringing in “fun,” “innovative,” and “uniquely Singapore” ideas.
Fun Toast’s goal is to give all of their customers a “FUN” experience by combining delicious traditional Nanyang food and drinks with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Their goal is to be the most innovative food and drink business that makes “FUN” experiences for people of all ages.
They want to reach their vision by sticking to their core values, which are a good and positive attitude toward customers and among employees, competence, customer focus, fostering teamwork, initiative, and innovation in F&B services to stay competitive, organizing and performing through the 8S concept, and taking advantage of opportunities now.
Fun Toast has a lot of fresh, unique, and natural food and drinks, like honey lime tea, red cane leaf tea, and ginger milk tea. They think that actions speak louder than words and rely on the actions of their employees to bring their corporate vision to life.