Being a Malaysian in London, I have the occasional craving for Malaysian food every now and then! I've tried some of the dishes at Kopitiam - some which I liked, and some not so much.
One of the good things about this place is that they make their roti canai fresh to order (Roti King!), compared to most places that used frozen versions...
Obviously not as cheap and cheerful as back home (!),...more
It was rainy and I had some time before heading over for a football match and I wanted to duck in for some Malaysian. Why do I crave Malaysian food? Well probably because the first national anthem I ever learned (Singapore's) was in Malaysian, because I was surrounded by Malaysian food, and I've always had it.
I ordered Nasi Lemak, which is probably my favourite Malaysian dish (although...more
Its almost a real malaysian ipoh breakfasr of noodles. this is chick curry laksa with teh tarik and tiger bear.. it is 90% good... not 100 percent Malaysians they are mixed with thai. Food passes. Curry sauce pleasent and tasty, chicken okay little tuff. noodles slightly too thick tough but still okay. Overall 90% for this but they didnt have my roti so they only get a 5%...more
We were drawn by the sign that said Malaysian pancakes and went inside.
We ordered Roti Kaya (pancake with coconut jam), Hainanese Chicken Curry Laksa, Salt & Pepper Squid Rice, Rojak (cucumber, pineapple, mango with spicy tamarind sauce).
We got everything except for the pancakes and waited while the pancake chef was making them (we could see him from our seats). After he served a lot of...more
I have no idea whether I'm reviewing the right company. They were called Kopi Tiam. Then they expanded to the shop next door and called themselves Asian Twist Delicious. Then I visited a few weeks ago and the name had been changed back to Kopi Tiam? Anyway, I'm going to assume they're the same business having eaten at both named venues.
When I ate at Kopi Tiam, the highlights were the Curry...more