Ah... the "Kopitiam", the distinctly local-flavoured coffee shop, immediately conjures images of quaint, humble cafes primitively furnished, with foldable blue-ish hued tables and stackable red plastic chairs by the roadside, bringing nostalgic times to life as you step into quaint, charming Melaka which boasts over 700 years of rich culture, marvelous history and heritage.
Here, the old-school era of sipping home-made aromatic ground black coffee in dainty coffee cups whilst indulging oneself in a bowl of rare, unique Melakan laksa or the deliciously tangy and fiery Mee Siam is not bygone, but rather, a living piece of history.
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This is your typical local Kopitiam with a distinguishable Melakan twist of flavour. Choose from the enticing piquant Nyonya laksa, or the Southern-style wanton mee with chilli sauce. Alternatively, go for the inviting savoury Chicken rice balls. The Roti Bakar has been designated by some as one-of-a-kind, with a melt-in-the-mouth texture, soft as cake, whilst crispy and aromatically charred on the outside, with frozen salted butter and silky kaya (a local coconut egg jam).More info
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