Malaysia Kopi Tiam

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I am sad to see the comments about bad service. I went here this week for the first time. The service was impeccable and friendly. They were all very sweet. The waiter was very patient and helpful in explaining everything and even adapting the dishes to my and my friend's weird requests. (my friend doesn't eat seafood and i don't like pork).

the food was delicious. we had the malaysian carrot cake, gado gado, fried mee noodles and hokkien noodles. the portions were generous and the food was tasty. when i left i decided that this might be one of my new favourite restaurants in london.

prices are very reasonable.
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Delores VanCartier - View all reviews by this user
Overall rating 9 stars
Food 9 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 8
Sunday, October 21, 2012

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Friday, May 20, 2011 - The hakka mee came with THREE types of pork, and in my books, that's already onto a winner. The sauce was slightly salty, but the pork mince and char siu were nice enough. A small bowl of wonton soup rounded off a pretty huge but satisfying lunch. Having a few tastes of Catty's char kway teow, I was pleased to come across the little lumps of fried pork fat that often run through this dish in versions I have had in Kuala Lumpur. Although lacking a depth of smokiness imbued by a hellishly hot wok, it was filling and moreish. I left pleased and full, a mere tenner less in my pocket.

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