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Eng Ann Kopitiam Restaurant

  • By on September 20, 2009 | 9 Comments

    What do you usually do in weekend morning? Sometimes I went to Eng Ann Kopitiam Restaurant if I manage to wake up early in the morning. In my previous post about Chong Kok Kopitiam, I did recommend their perfect dense roasted coffee to you, check it out 😀

    In this weekend morning, do have a meal of breakfast before and after you jog in Eng Ann Kopitiam Restaurant 🙂

    I ordered and paid RM6.20 in total for 2 cup of Dark Roast Coffee, 2 Steam Bread with Butter Kaya and 2 Omega half boiled egg.

    What you can order with the same amount of money in Old Town Kopitiam? Maybe just enough for getting a drink 😀

    If your food quality met the requirement then we as the customer won’t bother much and will eat with happy mood in those franchise kopitiam.

    How sad to see Old Town Kopitiam quality falls below the par compare to the past, and now they even have Pepsi in the menu!

    Drink Pepsi while enjoying the Roti Bakar? That’s the damn creative ever eating culture we got here!

    Maybe they can change the youngster eating culture by following the American franchise way, but not me 🙂

    Steam Bread With Butter Kaya

    kopitiam steam bun

    Okay, what do we have here?

    Looks like McEgg here but Steam Bread was very soft with taste of kaya butter 😀

    I bet one Steam Bread will not be enough for your appetite cos’ you are going to love it very much 🙂

    Dark Roast Coffee

    kopitiam coffee gao

    I was suppose to order for medium roast coffee but in the end I chose dark roast coffee 🙂

    Taste bitter with the heavy dense of the dark roast coffee, my heart still prefer the coffee from Chong Kok Kopitiam.

    Omega Half Boiled Egg

    kopitiam half boiled egg

    The taste of Omega half boiled egg was damn superb compare to those franchise kopitiam, see the colour also know!

    How to say this, heavy dense of half boiled egg but without any presence of the egg odor ends with solid taste 😀

    Though it was just a simple half boiled egg, and I wonder what is their recipe in boiling the egg so I can try it at home sometimes 🙂

    Though is quite jam around the area and hard to find parking, I recommend you to go to Eng Ann Kopitiam Restaurant in the weekend with your family member and chit chat ya 😀

    ah hong

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  1. #1 zbjernak
    September 20, 2009 3:25 am

    looks good
    i hv old town coffee,eggs and kaya here
    but i never do anything like this normal malaysian breakfast set yet

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  1. #2 kyochan
    September 20, 2009 4:33 am

    Eng Ann Kopitiam, where is it? Why i don’t know eng ann got this shop?

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  1. #3 ah hong
    September 20, 2009 4:37 am

    @zbjernak Wow, Europe there also got Malaysian style kopitiam?

    @kyochan Got, just opposite the Chu Liu Xiang coffee shop and next to Boon Hua bookshop 😀

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  1. #4 johnnie
    September 21, 2009 2:18 am

    I am glad to review this kopitiam. you are right the eggs are superb. done to perfection, unlike some shop which is too watery. I love the bread too.
    only problem is finding parking. so many time I have to forgot the place and end up eating at some place I don’t enjoy.
    by the way just nearby there is a chicken ball rice shop. hope you can review that as well. Actually there is two in Eng Ann. one is in front of the guardian shop. the other one is near the bah kut teh shop and where they have a lots of stall ala pasar malam style.

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  1. #5 ah hong
    September 21, 2009 7:21 am

    @johnnie Yes, the egg and bread was the special dishes for this kopitiam. As for the coffee, I still prefer the one from Chong Kok 😀

    Lots of people park in the residential area and walk to the pasar pagi, so its quite crowded in the morning. Will try the chicken ball rice shop you mention 🙂

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  1. #6 jenny
    September 24, 2009 9:25 pm

    yeah… i also like this kopitiam. the coffee and bread are nice taste.

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  1. #7 jenny
    September 24, 2009 9:25 pm

    the boss of this kopitiam call Peter… u can hear almost every customer will call Peter to order the food and drink.

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  1. #8 ah hong
    September 24, 2009 10:14 pm

    Haha, actually I am not sure who’s the boss and place order with the assistant. The kopitiam got classic feeling, good place to chit chat with family 😀

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