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Saturday 16 March 2024

KOKAN KOPITIAM In Happy Garden Kuala Lumpur

KOKAN KOPITIAM In Happy Garden Kuala Lumpur

KOKAN KOPITIAM In Happy Garden Kuala Lumpur

Dive into a delightful dining experience at KOKAN Kopitiam, a typical Chinese coffee shop nestled in the bustling neighborhood of Kuchai Lama. Nestled in the heart of Taman Bukit Indah, or Happy Garden, this corner coffee shop, entirely managed by locals, is celebrated for its authentic flavors and generous portions. Moreover, its clean, airy ambiance and spacious seating make it an ideal spot for a cozy dining experience.

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KOKAN Kopitiam
2, Jalan Perisa 1
Taman Bukit Indah
Kuala Lumpur
Open Hours
8.30am to 2pm (Monday to Friday)
7.30am to 2pm (Saturday and Sunday) 
Closed On 1st Monday Of The Month

Top Picks Noodle Dishes In KOKAN Kopitiam

Penang Prawn Noodle (Big)
RM 10

One must-try dish is the Penang Prawn Noodle. For just RM 10 (Big), indulge in a bowl packed with legit flavour. It boasts a rich prawn-infused broth and is topped with succulent prawns, pork slices, fish cakes, and a perfectly boiled egg, all garnished with aromatic fried shallots.

Ipoh Shredded Chicken Noodle (Big) 
RM 10

Another highlight is the Ipoh Shredded Chicken Noodle (Kai See Hor Fun), generously loaded with whole prawns and tender shredded chicken. The sweet chicken broth pairs perfectly with the silky smooth Hor Fun noodles, creating a satisfying, flavorful dish.

Curry Mee (Big) 
RM 10

Craving something spicy? Don't miss the Curry Mee, featuring fragrant herbs and spices in a creamy coconut milk broth. This dish comforts curry lovers topped with poached chicken, tofu pok, long beans, and cockles.

At this stall, you can customize your curry mee with toppings like Poached Chicken, Roast Pork (Siew Yoke), Fish Balls, or Meatballs, along with fried Fu Chuk.

Wantan Noodle (Big) 
RM 10

Lastly, try the Wantan Mee; we ordered the dried version with black soya sauce. I find the Wantan noodles too dry and lacking in flavour, with not enough sauce to coat each strand. While they may not stand out from other dishes, they still offer a decent meal. However, for the best Wantan Mee experience, head to Yulek Wantan Noodle, known for its top-notch noodles and generous portions of char siew. That's my ultimate best Wantan Mee to eat in town!

RM 3.30 

Savour these delightful flavours at KOKAN Kopitiam, where every dish promises a satisfying culinary adventure! 

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