Malaysian Restaurants in Terengganu – 5 Restaurants
When asked about competition, she admitted that while there are many coffees shops around the area, she remains unperturbed. Such is her confidence in her blend of coffee, which uses 100% APS Arabic beans imported from Brazil, Indonesia and Columbia. These special beans are roasted using the Italian roasting method to bring out an aromatic smell and unique taste. In fact, due to overwhelming demand, Hai Peng Coffee Shop has started packaging the coffee and selling them off the shelf.
ShannonChow posted www.shannonchow.com 26 ReviewsExceptional
Known to be a very popular place for pit-stop by travelers. The kopitiam is always filled with people with aroma of food and coffee. Service is relatively slow though and are slightly pricy yet quality of food is good.
The shop is run by local Chinese and 90% of their customers are Malays. The shop basically serves drinks, toast and char koay teow.
GourmetGarden posted www.gourmetgarden.com.my 196 Reviews
The Char Koay Teow at Kamaman Coffees Shop is halal without the used of lard as most of their customers are Malay Muslims.