Pls try the toast ... roti bakar with kaya.. really nice..i ordered for caramel macchiato but they only have caramel macchiato chocolate.. overall.. great food
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The best spot for morning hangout with friends and collagues. Favourite menu are chicken porridge, roti kukus (steam bread), chicken noodle, fried noodle, and lontong. U can call to book the table if u plan to come within group. Because its always full.
Ever since I visited this eatery when I just moved to Pekanbaru in the province of Riau, Indonesia where it is located, I was impressed by their coffee. Indeed, this coffee shop , I believe, started out as a coffee house commonly found practically throughout...More
A friend of ours recommends Kim Teng, as a must-try coffee in Pekanbaru. So when we know that Mal Ciputra Seraya Pekanbaru has KimTeng, we are determined to try. Grilled sandwich with butter and sarikaya in wheat bread is delicious and taste so naturally homey,...More
A traditional coffee shop which is always filled with customers in the morning and Sunday. A good place to start the day with breakfast, meet business associates as well as silaturahmi with old friends. My favorite menu are coffee milk, toast jam and chicken noodles.
I came to try the mee pangsit as suggested but found it lousy and also expensive for a hawker style noodle. The noodle is too thick and the taste is not delicious at all. I also tried some 'dim sum' which o also find it...More
Kimteng is name of the founder actually. Startee from Siak Riverside, it has changed name from its initial name. The coffee is so well brewed manually. I love the toastee bread with their own made kaya sauce. Its simple egg toated bread surely will remind...More
i tried the mee pangsit as recommended but find the noodle too thick( heavy flour smell ) and not well cooked. The price for a big bowl cost 33000rp much more expensive than all the usual coffee shops here in pekan baru. I also tried...More
We went at around 4 Pm, there was 2-3 groups of people at the joint. Coffee and snacks were great. Apparently the place is crowded on mornings with many other food stalls open. But hey, we get to taste the legendary local coffee and that...More