16th September 2011, it’s Malaysia Day. My two friends were very patriotic ;p they took a day off and went for lunch at a Malaysian restaurant in Rundle Mall.
Then at night, I joined them and they went to another Malaysian restaurant, Kopi Tim, located at 168 Gouger Street. *LOL* The food here isn’t very cheap -.-” chicken rice costs more than AUD10. Of course I won’t go for any food which are available at my workplace, every week see the same food also scare hahaha…
These were what we had:
Left: The interior.
Right: Grass jelly and herbal tea. Forgot the prices. By the way, I heard they don’t serve FOC water like any other places. You must order the bottled water.
Right: Salted Fish Bean Sprout (AUD13.90), stir fried bean sprout with salted fish in tasty sauce. GOSH! Can you believe eating such expensive bean sprout dish?!?! Even in Chinatown, I could get a packet for less than AUD1. Taste? Salted fish and bean sprout as it should taste *LOL*
Left: Sambal Okra (AUD13.90), okra in thick chili sauce. I really can’t help it, the most expensive okra/ladyfinger dish I had in my life! ;p The sambal was quite sweet but it was good.
Roght: The famous Kadazan Chicken (AUD16.90) of Kopitim. It’s deep fried chicken marinated with the chef’s special spices. YUM! I love this! Don’t remember how many pieces of chicken there. If I recall correctly, there should be 6 pieces.
Left: Sambal Squid (AUD16.90), the sambal was the same as the okra’s. I like this too even though it’s quite sweet.
Right: Curry Prawn, no idea how much because it’s not in the menu. Not bad too.
I don’t remember the exact total price but each of us paid about AUD18+ for 7 of us.
Overall, I won’t recommend the vegetable dishes because it’s too expensive. Even the Ã€ la carte dishes too. Not worth it. The prices here are quite steep and portion wasn’t big. Meat and seafood dish are okay I guess…
I don’t think I’ll come back unless I have too much money to spare.