Friday, April 01, 2005


The first of a series of 3 quick food reviews :)

Kopikau is a cafe located in Bandar Puteri Puchong. The most famous landmark there is the Giant Hypermarket. Kopikau's premises is situated in the shop lots opposite Giant. You can't spot it from the main road though because it is located in the rows with its back facing the main road.

There's a meaning to the word "kopikau". I don't drink much coffee but I guess it means strong, thick coffee.

Simple basic design. Not bad but there's really no theme here.

Their signature coffees. Served in gigantic glass mugs. It's very old style coffee ( as in Chinese coffee-shop style ), not the ones you get in Starbucks and the likes.

Tomyam fried rice. Where's the tomyam you might ask. I asked the same question and got no answer. Plus the serving is miniscule. Pretty bad.

Ahh... the venerable nasi lemak. Usually the redeeming dish for any restaurant. If you need to eat here the nasi lemak is the way to go.

Hong Kong style French toast. Not the common thick bread you get in Hong Kong eateries. I guess this is Malaysian style Hong Kong style French toast :D Deceptively filling.

A good place for discussions and the like because the place is in dire need of more customers. If you need peace and quiet in a nice and plain environment with so-so food but great coffee then you should be here :)

posted by wyejon at Friday, April 01, 2005 (permalink) |

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Just wanted to add one interesting fact:

My team lead mentioned that she and her husband paid 40cents for a bowl of cilipadi while eating here.

Cheapskate place can't even give cilipadi for free X(

2:37 AM  

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