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Heavenly Wang debuts express format with great new goodies

Heavenly Wang volcanic lava toast

Head to FairPrice Xpress @ Esso Toa Payoh Lorong 2 for Volcano Buns bursting with flavour and other treats.

In an effort to reinvent tradition, the home-grown food and beverage chain Heavenly Wang has unveiled its first express format with an exclusive new menu.

Debuting at FairPrice Xpress @ Esso Toa Payoh Lorong 2 with a soulful and refreshing look, it provides customers with convenience and choice for any occasion - be it a quick kopi fix before hitting the road, a tea time snack or meals for the family.

Drivers can now get a treat while waiting for their tanks to be filled, and they can enjoy a cup of Nanyang Kopi along with first-of-its-kind Volcano Buns and Open Toasties.

The Volcano Buns ($4.80) consist of four delicious local flavours nestled within a giant fluffy bun.

A must-try is the signature Mentaiko Blast, where creamy egg mayo is smothered in a generous serving of mentaiko sauce for the ultimate umami kick.

Other flavours include Chilli Crab Explosion, Salted Egg Lava and Otah Bomb. The buns also come in set meals, inclusive of either kopi or teh ($5.80).

Meanwhile, the Open Toasties have been thoughtfully created to pair with Heavenly Wang's signature kopi or teh and soft-boiled eggs for a wholesome breakfast that is perfect for busy mornings.

Ranging from the Ocean Catch ($3.80), made with luscious seafood chunks drenched in mild-flavoured sambal cream cheese on well-toasted brown bread, to the ever-so-refreshing Yuzu Ham Blossom ($3.80) and the all-time comforting Tuna Melt ($3.80) and Luncheon Sunrise ($3.80), breakfast will never be the same again.

The set meal includes two soft-boiled eggs and a selection of either kopi or teh ($6.20 for all flavours).

Original staples such as kaya butter toast ($1.50, $4.90 for set meal) are now accompanied by alternative options such as yuzu cream cheese ($2, $4.20 for set meal). The set meal option includes soft-boiled eggs and a selection of kopi or teh.



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