Good, honest food. I've been told it's very authentic. Roti was to die for, it's a must try dish when visiting Komi Tim.
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Regrettably unlisted allergen in the food, a pet hate of mine. Bring the food to the table but basically dump it whereever no matter who may have ordered it. Don't pour drinks just give you a can. No follow up for further drinks is food...More
Living up to its name as a casual coffee shop, Kopi Tim turned out to be an enjoyable lunch for us. The Kang Kung vege with belachan paste tasted fresh and spicy, complimented the delicious Hainan Chicken Rice. The Char Koay Teow was below par,...More
This place down Gouger Street looks kind of run down from the street and even more run down on closer inspection. But I was not there for the décor. The food is very good, some dishes in particular: the vegetables are good- we had a...More
This was such a good find. Their chicken rice is amazing (breast is better than thigh here) Go at least once a week for their lunch specials. The chicken curry with roti is also a personal fave. Hahn always looks after us. Check it out.
We recently had dinner there with 4 other friends and enjoyed great Malaysian food. The food was enjoyed by all, the service was great and the prices for both food and wine was very acceptable.
It was a very hot day when my husband and I decided to go to Kopi Tim. It was our first visit there. The entrance itself is unwelcoming. I can't say anything better about the interior. The decor is very dated and rather poor. The...More
If you're looking for a reasonable priced lunch at $9.80, check out the lunch special menu at Kopi Tim. It is off Chinatown and serves a variety of Malaysia cuisine and desserts. I tried their Nasi Lemak with Beef Rendang - while the coconut rice...More