I seriously cannot remember which Kopitiam outlet this is except it is in the basement of Queensbay Mall! LOL, you see, my children jumped over the little fence they placed and we sat down and enjoyed our meals without realising that there is a main entrance and people are queuing up for a seat! It is truely an innocent oversight but the waiters were too busy and did not realise that we actually gate-crashed from the back.
Anyway….here are some of the things we had – Ipoh koayteow which my hubby enjoyed and lots of buns which my kids loved. But for the life of me, I cannot remember what I ordered! Can you believe that? We didn’t take many photos so now, I am trying to figure out what I ate.
The half-boiled eggs on toast. They make an indent and put the eggs on top of the toasted bread. Eating it can be messy but the eggs look lovely perching precariously like that on the toast.
My 11 years old enjoyed drinking the half-boiled egg from the toast. Remember to put some pepper and soysauce before eating.
My other son had the Nissin noodle and a por-lor-pau with ham and cheese. The por-lor pau is nothing fantastic, rather dry and not enough buttery smell.
I had their signature Hainan kopi which I must say is good. After writing all the above, I just recalled that I had their tomyam noodle which of course, is nothing to shout about and that’s why I couldn’t recall immediately. But you can’t blame me ‘cos I had to remove all the squids and prawns and that’s why everything is lack-lustre to me.
Anyway, it is still a cosy place to have a simple, nice meal because they offer nasi lemak and many other local dishes. Price is cheap, service is good as the waiters are all very efficient, friendly and know how to recommend their menu items. It is a halal outlet and worth visiting. Now…if only I can recall which Kopitiam it is.