Chuup Café is a small yet cosy restaurant that has made
a name for itself serving Malaysian delicacies with a bit of a twist. Malaysian
favourite meal at any time of day, Nasi Lemak is famously served here with Pork
Rendang. They may not be the first to have come up with the idea but with the
tender pork meat slowly cooked with rendang and all its spices keeps the crowd
coming back. Not only that, Chuup is also popular with its Grandma’s Pork
Chuup. Pork Loin that has been well marinated and battered, shallow fried with
homemade egg spinach and potato carrot ragout is as good as it gets. Those who
feel a bit nostalgic could opt for their Hainanese Chicken Rice that exudes
familiarity in taste. Their number one sell-out however, is their Chicken
Chuupies of deep fried marinated chicken pieces with a still juicy centre. Another
crowd favourite is the Popiah stuffed with Prawns and Dried Shrimp, though not
completely original, it is not easy to find a decent plate of Prawn Popiah. Only
done when there’s an order, the freshness of the Popiah rolls is much appreciated.
Chuup Café also offers a unique coffee blend of coffee and local durian. A
taste that is not for all, if you’re a fan of durian, there is no harm in
trying the Durian Coffee.
The price at Chuup Café is more than your roadside stall but the portion and quality is definitely worth the price. Although still new in the business but with multiple hits with the customers, a very
unique but localised taste, the café deserves all the attention it gets.