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Monday 29 December 2014

On The Way Kopitiam

141 Jalan Kampung Cina
20100 Kuala Terengganu
Coordinates: 5.333417, 103.132749

Its our last night here and we thought we’d spend it in Kampung Cina. We settled on a rather upmarket looking cafĂ© overlooking Pulau Warisan that boasted local cuisine. Curious to see what they had to offer, we scanned the menu and placed our orders.

new (to us at least) establishment

quire a lengthy order

as we waited

assortment of beverages

Brendan had the Chicken Chop (what!?); Cat tried their Fried Squid with Rice while I sampled the Fried Rice with Mackerel. We threw in orders for the 1Roti Paun and 2Keropok Lekor Rebus for good measure.

1little butter buns (literally?)

2steamed fish sausage was the closest translation I could find

Brendan's Chicken Chop (sheesh!)

fish crackers

rice with squid fried in spicy sause

fried rice with mackerel

roti pa-ong

keropok lekor rebus

The verdict? To be honest, if this had been a cafe that we tried in Kuala Lumpur we'd be more than happy to give it our collective thumbs up. But since we've had the real and authentic dishes the past few days, the dishes on offer here was a little off the mark.

And since the entire meal cost us more than RM50 it hardly qualifies as the everyday food for the everyday man.

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