October 14, 2016

Butter Coffee at Kai Joo Lane, Kuching

There's an old kopitiam selling delicious butter coffee in Kai Joo Lane, Kuching.

I don't know the name of the shop, but we called it 'Butter Coffee Kopitiam at lorong'.
Here's the cafe name if you can read these Chinese character.

There are limited seats in the kopitiam and this morning it was full-house.

This is the butter coffee that I'm talking about. I love it, creamy but not too sweet, just yummy. Cost RM1.80 per cup.

This kopitiam also selling kolo mee, toasted bread and boiled eggs.  This Kuey Teow only cost RM2.70

You can also order food from any other kopitiam along the Kai Joo Lane.  This roti canai I ordered it from a Muslim stall next door cafe, cost RM1 only, light and fluffy.

Am so happy with my breakfast this morning, here's my breakfast buddies for today.  Our new Japanese interns, only been here for less than a week, they were so impress with the coffee and the canai.


Rose World said...

Nostalgia eating in this old place. Dont know the exact shop as I dont read Chinese but shouldnt be hard to find.

Sharon D said...
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Sharon D said...

I do this because I love them too much.

Ez Vina said...

Wow, Sharon, you really have a kind heart. It's not easy taking care of people, so many senaitive issues along the way. And I am very sorry, if in anyway I make you feel like you need to explain yourself. But also thank you for the long clarification.

Once again my apologies and I really salute you :)

Sharon D said...

Aww...there's no need to apologise, Ez! You couldn't have known! I was very vague about it on my blog .. it has been on my chest for a long, long time.

Your blog just became an avenue where I could pour it all out for an instance and relieve myself. If anything, my apologies for invading your space. :)

suituapui said...

I like the sio pao and baked curry puffs at Kai Joo Lane. Will look out for this place the next time I drop by.

Ez Vina said...

Hi Rose, yup, you wont have any problem locating this shop.

Ez Vina said...

Hi Suituapui, yes, the baked puff and siao pao there there are really nice.