Kopitiam, translated as 'coffee shop', is where Malaysians seek comfort in simple offerings that often includes toasts, eggs and coffee. Yet among the myriads of kopitiams in KL, Thong Kee stands out as they serve unconventional toasts and breads – you don't usually see homemade croissants on the menu! Join the locals as they swing by for breakfast which revolves around their specialty Croissant with Kaya and Butter (RM5.90) which Burppler Kimberly Ong thoroughly enjoyed for its crispiness. On savouries, fill your tummy up with the Ham, Egg and Cheese Croissant (RM7.90). Croissants aside, there are also options like the Hainan Toast with Butter and Kaya (RM1.90) for a more local experience. Pair your bread with the 1+1 (RM2.50), a luscious mixture of coffee and tea.
Photo by Burppler Tan Elaine