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Chong Kok Kopitiam

  • By on September 12, 2009 | 10 Comments

    Kopitiam in Malaysia was a booming franchise and you can see lots of Kopitiam rising with their own name. Old Town Kopitiam, Old Boy Kopitiam, Old Taste Kopitiam, Papa Rich Kopitiam, Mama Poor Kopitiam and many creative names come out in this 3 years back 😀

    These Kopitiam franchise was targeted for young people like me to drop by and eat in the shopping mall or for lunch.

    But not many franchise Kopitiam will open in the Klang, you want to know why? Because Klang got few real “Old” kopitiam, damn classic and historical one 😀

    Today let me bring you to Chong Kok Kopitiam near the train station in OCBC bank there 😉

    Kopitiam Restaurant


    So what’s the history of Chong Kok Kopitiam? For those whom live in Klang for long time ago, you can ask about your parents about this Kopitiam 😀

    For sure they will know ya if they are really Klang people monkey-clever

    Lots of people in the weekend morning and I guess the cost of the meal and quality was worth for you to wait in queue 🙂

    One more thing, there’s Malay Nasi Lemak stall in this Kopitiam which I doubt it was the best seller in Klang.

    Check it out, their Nasi Lemak rice was steam made one…nice 😀

    Kopitiam Menu


    I ordered their coffee, the specialty of this Kopitiam taste which was made by 80 years old grandpa 🙂

    The coffee overall balance in taste thickness was good and lots better than Old Town Kopitiam White Coffee with classic taste.

    I paid RM 1.20 for coffee and RM 1.40 for Roti Bakar, way cheaper than Old Town Kopitiam 😀

    Nasi Lemak with sotong and egg cost me around RM3.30, how much you pay again for Old Town Kopitiam?

    If Old Town Kopitiam open next to Chong Kok Kopitiam, they will be out from price competition.

    Okay, when are you guys and girls free for LimTeh? Come to Klang and find me ya 😀

    Address – No 5, Jalan Stesen Klang, 41000 Klang
    Tel – 03-3371 0996

    ah hong

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  1. #1 Jarryl
    September 13, 2009 5:31 am

    ah-hong kopitiam?

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  1. #2 ah hong
    September 13, 2009 6:23 am

    @Jarryl Not own by me, if I open Kopitiam I will include popiah in the menu…haha 😀

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  1. #3 jenny
    September 13, 2009 6:54 pm

    klang not only have chong kok kopitiam, also have cheung hoe kopitiam, June kopitiam and pak li kapitiam… these kopitiam’s coffee and roti bakar very nice..:)

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  1. #4 ah hong
    September 13, 2009 7:34 pm

    @jenny you are real fans of classic kopitiam. I never been to Cheong Hoe kopitiam but my house got their coffee powder. Every morning I wake up eat chicken rice and drink their coffee one 😀

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  1. #5 jenny
    September 14, 2009 8:36 pm

    ah hong, because i like to drink the coffee with the roti bakar. very nice.. sometime the steam bread also nice.. i think u can have a try there.. 🙂

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  1. #6 ah hong
    September 14, 2009 8:45 pm

    @jenny thanks for sharing, will gonna try the steam bread liao this weekend 😀

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  1. #7 johnnie
    September 14, 2009 9:57 pm

    Ah hong you are from klang too? I am from klang. and had frequent chong kok kopi tiam since I was a teenager. I love the half boil eggs. some kopi tiam who employed outsider, just do not know how to prepare the eggs ,and they dont turn out right not cooked. but here is just right. It is still cheap to have your breakfast compare to those so call kopi tiam.

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  1. #8 ah hong
    September 14, 2009 10:12 pm

    @johnnie Yeah, I was from Klang and frankly this is my 2nd visit to Chong Kok Kopitiam. My experience with Old Town Kopitiam was quite average in years back, but now their coffee taste was real bad and it feels like there’s no sincerity in serving good food and drinks to us. I have no comment on they hire non-Malaysian to reduce their operation cost, but shouldn’t they think about ways to maintain or improve their quality? Too bad…

    You are right, it was cheap breakfast and now I can’t wait to visit those Kopitiam in the week and have nice morning chat with friends and family. Hope to see you there 😀

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  1. #9 johnnie
    September 14, 2009 10:19 pm

    Hi Hong,
    thanks for the quick response. nice to meet you here.
    have you try the kopitiam at Eng Ann (can’t remember the shop name) it’s opposite the primary school. the place is usually packed and parking is a problem. but they serve good roti bakar and oh yes the half boil is excellent as well.
    wah chai’s wan tan mee is nice, but not as nice like their parent’s time when they were still at the emporium makan stall. the one in meru near the maybank is not bad as well. have you try that one.?
    I see you hike too. hope to bump into you sometimes. I will be going to saga hill again this week end.

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  1. #10 ah hong
    September 14, 2009 11:51 pm

    @johnnie Yeah, I tried that one before and I love the roti bakar. Haha…I rarely tried half boiled egg nowadays. Eng Ann is still crowded as usual in the morning, and lots of folks love to have breakfast and read newspaper there 😀

    I never tried in the Emporium Makan but the blog about Wantan Mee was in the Meru near Maybank there, love the wantan 😀

    This week needs to work, long time no hike liao. Will start active again next month..haha. See you 🙂

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