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Coffee Tea @ 1Borneo

Monica Thursday, September 5, 2013 , , , , ,


Coffee Tea is a humble cafe located next to an optical shop near Giant Hypermarket. This cafe is easily noticeable with its huge crowds during peak hours. From Kuching Laksa, Soup Noodle to Fried Rice and Macau Pork/Chicken Bun, the cafe serves decent yet affordable meal which attracted many staffs as well as shop-goers patronizing.

 
Coffee Tea
Location: Lower Ground Floor, near Giant, next to optical shop
 
Tom Yam Noodle RM6.50
Infused with delicious spices, the Tom Yam Meehoon was fragrantly good and spicy. Served with prawn, cuttlefish, straw mushroom and meehoon, garnished with coriander, the portion was just right and fulfilling.
 
 
Ipoh Koay Teow Soup RM6.00
Smooth koay teow drenched in clear broth accompany by shredded chicken, prawns, bean sprouts and Chinese chives, was a tasty treat you can get at Coffee Tea. The savoury-sweet broth is the secret behind the good taste of these Ipoh Koay Teow Soup.
 
 
Curry Noodle RM6.50
If you are craving for a thick and rich Curry Laksa, you wouldn't be disappointed with the Curry Laksa at Coffee Tea Cafe. Enriched with spices and creamy with coconut milk, the curry's broth was delicious. Served with curry chicken, potato, beancurd puff, bean sprouts and long bean, it was a perfect bowl of Laksa, I had been craving for.
 

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