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2013-10-15 62 views
It is very rare to see a kopitiam selling all in one from cakes, donuts, jellies, swiss rolls, bread and also serving small packets of nasi lemak, Chinese style sandwiches, small packets of fried bihun, half-boiled eggs and all things that Malaysians and Chinese call breakfast. Oh, and if you feel like having a Western style breakfast with bread, cakes and coffee, that options is always yours albeit in a Malaysian kopitiam. I guess this proved the "Malaysia Boleh" spirit. Since we never go to Ba
Since we never go to Batu Pahat much, probably 3 times in a year, and most of the time do not have time for breakfast and usually ate at the hotel, we ordered almost everything that the kopitiam served. Nasi Lemak and Fried Bihun, of course in small packets, were ate while waiting for the others to come. I did not try them as the sambal looked too little to satisfy my chilli crazy tongue.
I absolutely loved the half-boiled eggs which were made just nice, and did not have the egg yolk hardened like the mamak stores. The egg dipped with toasted otak-otak/pork/egg sandwiches were heavenly.
The generous spread of butter in between the toasted buns made every bite sinful.
The coffee was thick and strong, and not too sweet for my palate!
I ended the meal with a tortoise-shaped pandan jelly with red bean paste filling, one which I was unable to resist when I first saw it.