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2014-07-06 69 views
I went to the original Kluang Rail Coffee at the railway station but unfortunately, the shop was closed again. So I had one old man from the railway station who borught me to the other branch which was brimming with so many customers. The food here is halal as there were many Malays here too. I ordered the famous Kluang Coffee (RM 1.70) which was so aromatic and fragrant. I love the thick coffee which was served hot. I also ordered the Mihun Rebus (RM 4.50) which was said to be the signature dis
I ordered the famous Kluang Coffee (RM 1.70) which was so aromatic and fragrant. I love the thick coffee which was served hot.
I also ordered the Mihun Rebus (RM 4.50) which was said to be the signature dish here. There are so many ingredients inside the mee rebus and that makes me love the dish even more. The shreds of cucumbers make it very crispy and tasty.
The 2 half-boiled eggs (RM 1.60) is just normalbut not as tasty as the one at Elephant Bean Muar. Quite tasty and delicious to be eaten with the noodles as it makes it eggy.
The 3 Fried Otak-otak Popiah (RM 2.30) were so tasty and crispy. The taste of the otak-otak inside was incredible, the burst of this taste at every bite. I finished every item and by that time, I was so full to the brim.
The food here is quite affordable because I ate so much yet it cost only RM 10.70 whereas in KL, it would have cost RM 10 for a bowl of noodles at this kind of shop. The service here is also very efficient.
The ambience is very nostalgic of old railway stations and there are also funny cartoon drawings on the wall.