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    Kopitiam Chicken Rice Guys

    by Edwan S. on Tue, October 06, 2015

    Chicken rice (kai fan!) is a firm favourite of a lot of us and you can find all kinds just in the Klang Valley alone. The Hainanese style is of course one of - if not the most - prominent. But it's quite tricky to find a really good…  More »

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    Kedai Kopi White House

    by Edwan S. on Fri, April 04, 2014

    We woke up and smelled coffee... in Kota Bharu. And where else would we be except for that most famous of kopitiams in Kelantan: the family run Kedai Kopi White House. Everyone in KB comes here for their fix of old school coffee and…  More »

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    Kluang Rail Coffee

    by Farah on Fri, March 16, 2012

    The quaint town of Kluang boasts one of the oldest (and probably the best) kopitiams in Southern Malaysia. Located at the local railway station, Kluang Rail Coffee has been around since 1938. It was a pit stop for travellers arriving…  More »

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    Yik Mun

    by Adly on Mon, October 03, 2011

    Kok Ee Choon started Yik Mun in Malaysia after closing his coffee shop on Hainan Island, China. Along the old interstate route connecting Ipoh to KL, his small shop started with the kaya pau. At the same time his kopitiam opened its…  More »

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    Chong Kok Kopitiam

    by The Foodster on Sat, June 07, 2008

    Sipping rich Cham and crumbly soft roti bakar is the peak of happiness, especially if you add on two perfectly cooked half boiled eggs. Sublime is the word. To some, this might be a past time thoroughly enjoyed by our grandfathers…  More »

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    Song Wan Coffee Shop

    by The Foodster on Sat, September 16, 2006

    The thought of a good bowl of fishball handmade to perfection makes me tremble with delight, most of the trembling originates from the tummy, of course! Song Wan is one of those places. Uncle Lim spends a greater part of the afternoon…  More »

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    Yut Kee

    by The Foodster on Tue, January 24, 2006

    When you enter Yut Kee, it's like a blast from the past. Think round marble tables with rickety chairs. Old fashioned wooden shutter windows and winding wooden staircase. The wall is adorned with a simple hand-written menu while an…  More »