213, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
Kuala Lumpur 50100

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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One of the oldest Mee Rebus stall in town that still taste consistently good 👍. A twist of lime & green chillies for the finishing touch 😋

Go back in time at this stalwart stop along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, where city crawlers come for oldtime breakfast and brunch. The culturally diverse crowd is very much like the cafe's offerings. Out front, the Nasi Padang station garners a cult following. Search the spread for a delicious Ikan Bakar Percik (from RM5) and Daging Dendeng (from RM4), with extra kuah to ladle over rice. For tea, order the Rojak (RM5) that comes with extra crunchy chopped fritters and a hard-boiled egg drenched in nutty gravy. Your meal options don't end there; there is also splendid Hainanese-style Mee Goreng (RM6) and a nice, crisp Roti Bakar (RM2.80). Pass up the often overcooked eggs, and dip the bread straight into a cup of smooth Kopi O (from RM1.70) or Teh C (from RM1.70) — your choice.
Avg price per person: RM10

Capital Cafe's popularity manifests in its line for nasi padang, but I like to be near the back where the little alcove gives me a good view of the coffee station. The Chinese aunty swings boiling pots and stirs coffee furiously, as a grumpy Kakak takes my orders. Her Kopi Peng (RM2.20) is more sweet than kao, but smooth all the same. I order the Mee Goreng from the young Malay man at the wok out front, not expecting this at all. In my mind it was a dry Mee Goreng, perhaps with fritters and tofu. It is instead the Hainanese-style fried noodles, doused in a dark, flavourful gravy with prawns and greens.

The cafe is more than capable of offering a tasty, comforting meal in its convivial setting. Parking is however, impossible (by that I mean it costs RM10) so take a train!