Had morning breakfast with my friends here. Their breakfast menu are indigenous and awesome...definitely will come again!! You can feel the real "kopitiam" here.
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This restaurant is located nearby custom and city square, within walking distance. When we are there, the restaurant is crowded and we have to go up to level 2. The staircase is a bit steep so must be careful. The restaurant is in old style...More
Pricey for local but affordable for tourist. Head to seating upstairs which is spacious and airy. Food range from western, rice, noodles, English breakfast set, sandwiches and toasts. Also wide range of beverages. Free wifi too.
My second visit and the place is as crowded as my first. I really like the kopi c, had 2 glasses waiting for the food to arrive. The nasi goreng kampung I had was nice but did not particularly enjoyed the beef hor fun and...More
We came at 8.30am on a Saturday morning when it just opened, and it got crowded real fast. The toasted bread were delicious and had their edges trimmed off. The coffee/tea mixture was good without being overly sweet. Would come back again if we're in...More
A place can fit Malaysian which cant be seen at Malacca. The taste is unique and crowded. Suit for family, friends and couples.
Hua Mui is in the tourist area so it is easy to locate. It serves Malaysian food and has a wide selection but specializes in Hainanese food like kaya toast and chicken rice. The Hua Mui's Hainan mee hoon was unique as well as the...More
Located in a double storey shophouse, Hua Mui is right by the intersection of Jalan Trus and Jalan Dhoby. It opens till the evening so it's good for those who sleep in but still want breakfast. Their butter and kaya toast is delicious and I'm...More